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applying for rcsi undergrad med option with a bsc?

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marble30

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Hi, I'm not sure if this has been addressed before, but I'm really hoping someone can provide me with an answer.

Are students allowed to apply for the undergrad med stream at RCSI if they already have a bachelor of science degree? I'm asking mainly because I noticed that you don't need to take the MCAT for that option.

So I just want to know if that's possible or if having a B.Sc automatically means that applying for the undergrad stream is no longer an option and that you HAVE to apply for the graduate entry stream instead.

Thanks!
 

jnuts

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When I applied i was placed in the Graduate Entry stream automatically. The best way to get a definite answer would be to call RCSI admissions.
 

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I knew someone who left undergrad in the US after their sophomore year and went into the five year program at RCSI.
 
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