Three Bede’s aspiring Upper Sixth medics have passed the UKCAT examination.
Milly Pamment, Joseph Berhane and Chloe Durrant now have the qualification, which is required by many leading universities.
It covers not only the expected high level knowledge of the sciences and mathematics but all skills of reasoning and ethical response based questions.
All three have further demonstrated their commitment by partaking in a range of relevant work experience.
This has included several stints at GP surgeries, particularly emotionally and demanding work at hospices, volunteering at care homes and, a range of intensive hospital work.
Dr Cumpstey, head of chemistry at Bede’s, said, he was impressed with their dedication.
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