And to back up DexterM's post - the 4 universities that take any degree without Science A-level requirements are King's, St. George's, Swansea, Nottingham, Keele and Newcastle
(Original post by L)
Im currently on a BSc psychology course at leicester university and expecting a 2:1, I'm considering a GEP course for medicine a year, or two, after my degree.
Will medical schools look on my degree with favour in terms of relevance, if so to what extent will psychology prepare me for medicine?
And from what I've been told about GEM, your work experience, UKCAT/GAMSAT scores, interview performance and personal statement all come into it as well I know SGUL score you on your work experience for instance.
This is worth looking at: http://www.medschoolsonline.co.uk/index.php?pageid=11
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