>>10538737>Actually its not true. Its competitive but we don't backstab each other.
Actually, on this note I'll just point out something interesting for any prospective doctors in the UK.
Basically, most medical schools involve "one-upping" someone else - i.e If you're better than enough people, you'll get a place at med school.
However, Peninsula school of Medicine has an interesting undergraduate entry scheme whereby they give you a "grade" for your UCAS application and interview - If you pass the threshold grade they will give you an offer regardless.
So, they don't have a fixed number of places - as long as you are good enough, they'll let you in. This means that you don't need to be "better" than other students, you only need to be better than the system.
tl;dr come visit me in exeter later on