Medicine without chemistry Watch
It'll take 8 years instead of the normal 5. You'll be in a lot of debt. Also, graduate entry medicine is 3 or 4 times more competitive than undergraduate medicine (which is incredibly competitive in itself.
Can't do undergraduate Medicine without Chemistry unfortunately.
I was wondering if anyone knew the best route to take if you want to eventually get into medical school, but didn't take chemistry A level. Early in year 12 I got a job at the local hospital and saw first hand what an amazing career it was, so much so that I even volunteered in a different position there at weekends.. I just left school with straight As in Biology and Psychology (because I was always interested in the body..) and Economics (because I expected to end up in business). I can't seem to get any straight advice on whether to do a chemistry a level now (I haven't applied to university yet), apply for a foundation year or do graduate entry.