Last edited by DrFantastic; 05-04-2013 at 18:27.
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I did biochemistry but would have chosen pharmacy if I knew and become a pharmacist so I could work in research, be a hospital pharmacist or work in a hgh st pharmacist.
All the other ones mean working in labs mostly which is rather restricting since there are not a lot of labs but there are plenty of hospitals and drug stores.
I don't know the entry requirements for pharmacy, I expect mostly As and Bs at A2 chemistry, biology, maths and physics.
Last edited by Maker; 22-06-2012 at 07:24.
For Pharmacy it depends where you want to go but the general offer is around AAB. But you may have to have work experience if possible to get considered as this would be talked about in the interview
With pharmacy of course you can become the generic pharmacist working in hospitals or community (like Boots) or could do research, industrial etc. so the options are still pretty open and of course you'd still be considered as a qualified pharmacist if you chose a different pathway after graduating (and doing the pre-reg year) but you'd have to keep up to date with all of new drugs coming on the market etc.
Hope this helps
Oh and with your GCSE's they're fine, mine were mostly B's too and they didn't question them at all when I applied for pharmacy...(I've applied for entry this september- hopefully I can get the grades )
Last edited by hollybanolly; 22-06-2012 at 22:04.