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In order to use this site you must agree to be legally bound and to abide by the terms and to indemnify and hold getintomedicine.co.uk and it's creators and contributors harmless from all alleged or actual damages, claims and expenses relating to any warrant, guarantee or representations made on the website or linked sites. This also includes, without limitation, legal fees. The use of this site for any reason is deemed to be an agreement of this condition.

It is a legal condition of use of this site and any of our resources published, printed or otherwise communicated in any form is entirely at the users own risk - we do not assume, and therefore disclaim, any liability for any loss or damage caused by errors or omissions. 

The getintomedicine stethoscope logo, the motto "Made by the medical students of today for the medical students of tomorrow" are used by us as marks of getintomedicine.co.uk and must not be used in any way without our express written permission. In addition we have copyright over our logo and all contents on this website. Getintomedicine.co.uk offers opinion from current medical students to those applying to universities in the UK to study medicine in the future and those who have recently accepted a place. All information is opinion only and it is not implied that taking this opinion or using the resources and links on getintomedicine.co.uk will lead to success in medical school applications or cause success in exams. The resources here are not exhaustive and should be used as a possible supplement to the other resources you have or have available to you. The views on this website are the personal opinion only of the author(s). We are not responsible for the content of any websites we link to nor the content of those links nor are any links from this site an endorsement of the site we are linking to. Getintomedicine.co.uk and the entire website and blog provide only opinions from unqualified students and are not to be taken as medical opinion or advice. If in need of medical advice consult your Doctor.

We try our best to ensure that everything on this site is up to date however we cannot guarantee that it so. You should always check important information using more than one source, specifically the principle source. We will not and cannot be held responsible for anything that arises from errors or omissions on this website and you use this website solely at your own risk.

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The user agrees that all views expressed by Get Into Medicine and its contributors about the use of it's service are given as opinions only and do not constitute advice - this includes actions on social networking sites such as facebook and twitter, and also over email. Get Into Medicine recognises that the academic evaluation of students' university application depends on a number of factors beyond our control, including but not limited to: meeting admissions criteria, grades, experience and opinion of the admissions officer(s). We cannot be held legally or otherwise responsible for university admission decisions due to these or any other factors, including the negligence of editors or contributors, or claims of such negligence.By submitting User-Generated Content you hereby grant Get Into Medicine a permanent, non-exclusive, assignable, royalty free licence to display, reproduce, distribute, use and modify any user-generated content which you send to us or upload to the site and to use feedback or communications or user generated content in any way including but not limited to promotion of our website.

You agree not to use or attempt to use any of the material on this website for commercial purposes, and that all parts of this website are the intellectual property of getintomedicine and may not be reproduced in any way or in any form in whole or in part without our permission.

You may link to this site, but in doing so you agree that you will not link to this site for malicious purposes or for malicious reasons, nor link to this site from another website knowing it to be a website with such low value that it decreases the value of this website in our eyes, or decreases the standing given to this website in search engine results.

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If any part of these terms is deemed void, the rest of the terms will not be affected and will still apply.

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