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04-02-2013, 10:56 AM
Post here or send me a private message. I know the process of applying to a school in a foreign country can get a bit confusing so if you have any questions at all let me know and I'll try to help you out as much as I can!

05-01-2013, 11:07 PM
Hello can you please give me any advice on the gdansk entrance exam? I am an american student at a community class and though i have taken chemistry, it was not organic chemistry. I am afraid I would be wasting my time applying for this school as i have not taken any organic chemistry, do I have any chance of getting in?

05-02-2013, 04:09 AM
The Gdansk entrance exam can be difficult but it's doable. Entrance to the school is not based off of the entrance exam alone. They take into consideration your grades as well. Last year when I took the exam they had a system based on 130 points. The exam was worth 60 points, your grades were worth 60 points, and an oral exam was worth 10 points. So, if you have 4 science classes and you have 3 As and a B then you would get about 55 points out of the 60. Then if you got 60 percent on the exam you would get 36 points. Afterwards you would have an oral interview. You needed a total of 88 points last year to be accepted. I'm not sure how it is this year. Anywho, check your private messages and send me your email. I will try to think of what to study for the exam. I never took orgo as well and did fine.

05-02-2013, 10:04 AM
Thank you very much duzzy I really hope I do get admitted, I was planning on taking the jagiellonian entrance exam but decided to put my effort all into this exam.

05-23-2013, 02:00 PM
I am wondering what age most students in their first year of the 6 year program are. Do you happen to know? I ask because I'm not sure whether to wait three years to get my undergraduate degree before possibly applying to a 6 year program, or if I should apply next year so that I'm not one of the oldest in the program. I am almost 19 years old.

05-23-2013, 03:27 PM
There is absolutely nothing wrong with being the oldest in a 6-year medical school program (says the dude who just graduated and started residency at age 45). :)

Personally, I would say kill off the undergrad degree first, but I am totally old school that way.

You will likely be fine, no matter which you choose.

09-03-2016, 10:51 AM
I'm applying for the pre medical program in Gdansk medical university in Poland and I want to know if its worth it? And also when I'm done with the pre-med to gain admission into thier 6 year M.D program do I just have to pass the pre med or be one of the top scorers to get accepted?
Please reply soon! I had to take a decision soon

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