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How difficult is it to get into Irish medical schools hough the Atlantic bridge

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I'm thinking if applying to the university of limerick or any other medical school in ireland for that matter.
Just how difficult is it to get admitted?
Do they allow individuals with little science backgrounds enter their schools. Also what if you earned a degree with little amounts of science courses and have a hpa of 3.6 and have a high school grade average of 85%. Can one be admitted with these marks?
 
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Average stats are 3.5 GPA and 30 MCAT.

Just submit an app. There's nothing to lose except $75 for each school.
 
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