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    Hey guys, I'm doing BSc Biomedical Sciences next year but already no I want to do graduate entry medicine. I was wondering if anyone has self-taught themselves the chemistry A Level alongside a biomed/life sciences degree before and how hard you reckon it would be? As a chemistry A level pass will hopefully get me into better medical schools.
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    (Original post by amwvanhagen1)
    Hey guys, I'm doing BSc Biomedical Sciences next year but already no I want to do graduate entry medicine. I was wondering if anyone has self-taught themselves the chemistry A Level alongside a biomed/life sciences degree before and how hard you reckon it would be? As a chemistry A level pass will hopefully get me into better medical schools.
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    when you asked people how difficult a level chemistry is, different people would perhaps give you different experiences. my point is that you won't really know till you try it for yourself.

    if you are keen in learning, and since you are interested in medicine, chemistry is definitely going to be one of your interests, like it or not. if you are one intrigued by science and have that hunger in you, go for it!
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    Hmm, I thought you needed chemistry for life sciences degrees. Anyway, it should be possible and you'll probably be picking some up through your degree.
 
 
 
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