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    Hi!
    i just finished my AS exams (english lit, maths, human bio and artr)..for the last couple of months i have been thinking aboout a medicine career alot... one problem is that i didnt take chemistery !! my gcse grades were 10 A*-A's but i just didnt think about my a-level choices! I realise that there are foundation courses for medicine for those without chem so i have some questions for anyone who knows anything about them..
    -- are they anymore competetive than the 5 year medical courses?
    -- how many choices can i make on the ucas form,.,.. is it like medicine (4 choices?)
    -- any other information would be very helpful
    thnx
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    If I were you I would email around a few medical schools and see if you taking AS Chem in your A2 year would surfice for 'regular' entry.
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    Yes - 4 choices for medicine [or a mix of med, vet, dentalism - not that you would want to do that!] out of a possible 6...
 
 
 
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