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    Hi guys

    Just about to start my fourth and final year of pharmacy and having a "what am i doing with my life crisis?" lol. I've really enjoyed the course but the one thing i cant get past is the job. I've worked in community for about a year and a half and have seen plenty of hospital pharmacy through placements. Just don't think its a job id be happy going to for the rest of my life. I've had that nagging feeling for a while now but have ignored it so far. Its at the point now where i cant ignore it anymore.

    Im seriously thinking about graduating and doing my pre reg then going onto medicine.
    I'll be 24 after completing my pre-reg and am worried about going to uni at that age, is it too old, id be 28 before graduating medicine. :confused:
    Is there anyone else in this / has been in this position? And anyone got any advice?

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    If you want to do GEM, surely there is no point in doing your pre-reg year?
 
 
 
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