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undergraduate education

As defined in the UK, the education of a doctor which begins with medical school and continues to graduation with the awarding of a degree, and includes provisional registration with the General Medical Council (GMC), which normally lasts five or six years.

undergraduate education

Medtalk In the US, a 4+ yr college or university education leading to a baccalaureate degree, the minimum education level required for medical school admission; undergraduate medical education refers to the 4 yrs of medical school. Cf CME.
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The more mischievous of the undergrads at Balliol knew this and made a game of deciding over breakfast which totally inappropriate phrase they would all try to slip by their dons that week.
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