So, pretty much my whole life I've had my heart set on studying Medicine. I really did and still do love it. However in summer I got results AABC
I dropped physics and carried on with the AAB. This year in predicted AAB (b in Chem) and I am trying to get an A in Chem this year by working really hard but idk if I can. This is why I didn't apply for medicine, I wansnt confident enough and felt like I wouldn't get the grades so I would be rejected and feared that. Now I've applied for pharmacy which I thought was kinda similar as it involved patient contact but my heart is still set on medicine, and I can't help but think I've made the wrong choice. Especially
With future pharmacy career prospects too. I feel I'm in a awful situation and idk whether to take a gap year (even still, i couldn't really
Apply for medicine with AAB) or do pharmacy and then do GEM which is so competitive and more costly URGH someone help me has anyone been in a similar situation. It would be much appreciated thank you!
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