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    Hi guys, this is my first post on TSR so excuse me if ghis is in the wrong section.

    I'm 5 days from my UCAS reply deadline and i need to make a decision and quick. Ultimately i want to become a physiotherapist and i have 2 unconditional offers for Sports Science.

    My question is; do i accept these offers and obtain a Sports Science degree (questionable usefulness) and then do a masters in Physiotherapy, or do i wait until next year and go straight into Physiotherapy?

    Also, most BSC Physio degrees have too high grade requirements for me but i found one which operates seperately of UCAS and only wants CC at A2 level. Is this course too good to be true?

    If i am to apply to a Physio course, beyond grades, what is it that will guarantee an offer?

    Any help is greatly appreciated, Thank you

    Luke

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