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    Im currently in college studying functional skills (vocational studies) because i flopped literally all my GCSE and im retaking them then i can finally take proper courses in college and i want to do radiology but idk what to do after i retake my GCSE what courses do i need to take and what about after college what do i need to study in university because my teacher is making us plan everything out from college to uni and idek what qualifications i need and what i need to study to become a radiologist so if anyone can help me i really appreciate it!
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    (Original post by L3vy)
    Im currently in college studying functional skills (vocational studies) because i flopped literally all my GCSE and im retaking them then i can finally take proper courses in college and i want to do radiology but idk what to do after i retake my GCSE what courses do i need to take and what about after college what do i need to study in university because my teacher is making us plan everything out from college to uni and idek what qualifications i need and what i need to study to become a radiologist so if anyone can help me i really appreciate it!
    You should take a step back, breathe, and relax because you'll start to worry even more.

    Radiography Career is a very good website for you to start as it will answer most of your questions. Anyways, to become a radiologist you should do health related subjects after you've retaken your GCSE, whether it's a BTEC (Applied Science, though some uni will require you to have at least two A-levels along with a BTEC e.g. Liverpool) or A-levels (Biology, Chemistry and Physics are seen more favourably), then a radiology degree.

    There are probably other alternative paths, but I currently not sure so I'd advice for you to start researching.

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