Hello I have applied for medicine as a second degree and have been called in for an interview from one university (still waiting for responses from the others). I have noticed that many medical schools at graduate level do not require a science background ,not even a science related A-level. This helps me as I haven't studied science since I took my GCSE's. I have a first class degree in Law and took Maths , Further Maths and English Lit as A-levels.
My question is if I manage to get on to the course would the lack of an academic science background be disadvantageous for me in terms of learning?
I am considering taking a Biology and Chemistry A level independently if it will significantly help me, if it will not then I do not want to waste my money as they are expensive to take.
Any help is appreciated
Graduate Entry Medicine
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