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    Hi, im 17 i didnt know what i wanted to be in life but now ive decided i want to be a physiotherapist but i was looking at entry requirements and i need a biology A level + Btec extended diploma level 3 an these are 2 years each, can i do these at the same time an is the A level essiental or do you think i can get away with it with work experience?? Im so worried an really wanna get started
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    Hey,
    Most degrees require A-Levels, but I'm sure you can do A-levels part time. No clue about the Btec though sorry. If you were to get an A-level and get work experience then you have the best of both worlds. You have the knowledge they ask for as well as having life experience.. hope this helps
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    (Original post by Coreyjackson97!)
    Hi, im 17 i didnt know what i wanted to be in life but now ive decided i want to be a physiotherapist but i was looking at entry requirements and i need a biology A level + Btec extended diploma level 3 an these are 2 years each, can i do these at the same time an is the A level essiental or do you think i can get away with it with work experience?? Im so worried an really wanna get started
    I'm sure some higher unis will require Bio but if you are doing BTEC Applied Science you may be able to get round it by doing a lot of bio units in the diploma, you're best off contacting the unis that you want to apply to
 
 
 
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