Once a candidate has fulfilled these criteria, they may then apply to universities offering a medicine/dentistry/veterinary science course. If the GAMSAT and GPA scores, or GAMSAT and Degree Class, of the candidate are of sufficient calibre, the candidate may be invited to attend an interview at one or more of the universities to which they applied, based on priority laid out in the student's application. This interview is conducted by established medical practitioners and education professionals, and aims to elucidate the candidate's personal qualities, ethics, verbal reasoning skills, and motivation to study medicine at their university. If successful at this interview (as one half to two thirds of candidates are), then the candidate may be offered a place on their chosen course at the university.
I am writing because I am working on my . in Education and only have about a year left. I have exhausted all of my student loans. I have recently been diagnosed with an illness that only progresses. I am in dyer need for grants to help me pay for my remaining year of tuition. I have begun writing my dissertation, we have sold all of our assets, to pay for three quarters, but have nothing left to give. I promised my 13 year old son that I would finish before anything happened to me and I am sticking to that promise. One medication alone costs me $ per month that I must take for the rest of my life. Luckily my health insurance covers a portion of that. ANY assistance would be greatly appreciated.