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i got really bad a levels (bio,chem,p.e) but I'm studying pharmacy and set to achieve a first.
how likely am I to be accepted onto a graduate entry BDS course?
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or you got jump into dnipro in Ukraine and even skip straight into 2nd or even 3rd year
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no way, is it a 6 year course?
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or you got jump into dnipro in Ukraine and even skip straight into 2nd or even 3rd year
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am doing a 4 year course with just Access course which A level equivalent. I can even do it in 3 years but then am making it harder for myself. I know someone who studied pharmacy in uk for 2 years and tried to transfer but they didn't let him. there's loads of ppl on here with bsc degrees who still got rejected from uk. Am only paying £3000 per year.for every year you skip you still need to pay the £3000. for yourself you might as well go straight into 2nd of 3rd year.at Dnipro in Ukraine
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Hold on so wait I’ve just finished my 3 rd year, you reckon Ukraine will let me go into 2nd year now? Thanks for the help man
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Hold on so wait I’ve just finished my 3 rd year, you reckon Ukraine will let me go into 2nd year now? Thanks for the help
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am doing a 4 year course with just Access course which A level equivalent. I can even do it in 3 years but then am making it harder for myself. I know someone who studied pharmacy in uk for 2 years and tried to transfer but they didn't let him. there's loads of ppl on here with bsc degrees who still got rejected from uk. Am only paying £3000 per year.for every year you skip you still need to pay the £3000. for yourself you might as well go straight into 2nd of 3rd year.at Dnipro in Ukraine
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anything is possible here its not the uk
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pm me for more details
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Yup anything is possible when you are in a corrupt system. https://www.insidehighered.com/blogs...l-universities
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it will work in our favour
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But not a poor patient you harm.
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It is important to note that already having a degree does not exclude you from the A-Level requirements that dental schools set, although they may be lowered (e.g. BBB)
If you do not meet the A-level requirements then you will automatically be rejected, even with a first class MPharm.
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this is the case in uk uni's or ukraine?
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It is important to note that already having a degree does not exclude you from the A-Level requirements that dental schools set, although they may be lowered (e.g. BBB)
If you do not meet the A-level requirements then you will automatically be rejected, even with a first class MPharm.
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UK.

I cannot speak for European universities.
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this is the case in uk uni's or ukraine?
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