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    hey guys,
    i am really not good at sciences and the little knowledge i had about IB chemistry and biology, I forgot it!!! I am doing a non-numerical subject at uni and was wondering if I should apply to unis that require the gamsat? if i can't my choice is very limited as i am not doing sciences

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    Why don't you apply for foundation medicine courses instead if you feel you're going to struggle due to your lack of knowledge in the sciences? I wouldn't worry too much about doing a non-numerical subject, with a bit of practice you'll be fine.

    Or .. you could sit the GAMSAT, you have 3 months to prepare for it (if you intend to sit in March) or 9 months (if you plan to sit in September) I'll be sitting both
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    If you're not that great at Sciences, do you think Medicine is the right choice for you? How are your maths skills?

    That being said you can come out with a good GAMSAT score in 3 months.

    Ps. There's already 2 threads on this very thing, it would be probably better posting there if you have further questions instead of making another thread
 
 
 
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