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  • Ana Silva

    March 29, 2021 at 10:11 pm
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    Hi guys, does anyone know which are the ‘easiest’ and hardest unis to get into in Italy? I’m an eu national, and would like to study med in English there, but im worried my IMAT score might not be enough for certain unis.

    If anyone knows this, it would make my research much easier, thanks!

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  • Ari Horesh

    March 30, 2021 at 4:24 pm
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    Hey Ana! Welcome to our community!

    As you might already know, the EU candidates have something called “rounds”. The rounds for each university keep going every 5 days until the last seat is taken.

    During the first round, the scores are very high and similar among all universities, but the score drops quite drastically for some universities.

    Universities such as Pavia, Bicocca, Milan, Bologna, Turin, Roma la Sapienza, and Padua usually fill their seats within 5-6 rounds. Universities of the south, such as Messina and Napoli van vitelli, usually fill their seats way after (and sometimes they won’t close the enrollment for the rest of the year)

    But it is important to say that you shouldn’t stress yourself before the exam! (especially when you have 6 months to study). I know that this is a tough decision, but I don’t think you should aim for the easier universities to make sure you pass the exam.

    Try to study from now and take one of the simulations before the official registration.

    Ari. 🤗

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