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What if my internship experience is rejected by the GMC

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Answer: It depends on your previous experience and long-term goals.

There are numerous pathways for doctors to get registered and work in the UK, and these are constantly changing. The pathway your friend took 10 years ago, may not be the same path for you today.

To understand the possible pathways, have a read of this article:

The article discusses the possibilities for working in the UK and will tell you which pathway is right for each option. Each pathway has a step-by-step guide on how to obtain GMC registration and what to do after.

You can also take this quiz:

Remember, no one can tell you which pathway is the right one for you. You’ll need to evaluate all the information and come to your own decision. I hope this blog will help you make an informed choice on what is best for you. 

Don’t forget to check out the IMG Crash Course for more information to guide you on your journey.

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Hi, we’re Drs Nick & Kimberly Tan, the two IMGs behind The Savvy IMG. We write comprehensive guides, create courses, and provide one-to-one guidance to help other overseas qualified doctors on their journey to the UK.
We have scoured the official guidance to put these posts together, but we can make mistakes! If you spot anything that is incorrect, please get in touch and we’ll put it right.
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