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The HPAT test

Posted by Francis O' Toole on January 13, 2010

HPAT-Ireland (Health Professions Admission Test) is the new admissions test selected by the Irish Medical Schools for prospective medical students. Since 2009, regardless of how well you score in their Leaving Certificate, you must reach a required standard in this test to study medicine in Ireland. For more information go to

    Those wishing to secure

a place in one of the five undergraduate medical schools have until Monday, January 18th, to register with HPAT-Ireland to sit the HPAT assessment test. The test takes place on Saturday, February 27th, in a number of centres throughout the country.
To complete your HPAT application, which will cost you €95, you must have a CAO application number, which can only be secured by completing an online CAO application by that date.
HPAT exam results can now be appealed

Students sitting the HPAT aptitude test for entry to medicine will be able to appeal their results this year.


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