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    I am currently in year 13 and have chosen to study biomedical science at university starting in September. However this Im not sure this is what I want to do or at a university I am paticularly sure of. I really want to be a Doctor but dont have the A level subjects needed. I want to take a year out, do a lot of work experience and apply to do a 6 year medicine degree with a foundation year next year but I am not sure of the chances of getting in. Does anyone know how competitive this would be and my chances of getting in, hopefully at the University of Manchester? Or would it be more worth while just to go in September or to still take a year out and try and fit a chemistry A level in? I dont know what to do and the fee rises are making the year out seem like a bad idea.
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