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Hey, i really want to become a doctor but i don't know where i should go. I received an offer from McGill university in Chemistry and i'm waiting for an admission in biochemistr (i don't really know if the level is hight or not in McGill in Sciences), (to do medecine i'll have to wait 4 years). I can also do my studies in France, which has the best universities of medicine in the world.
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Hey, i really want to become a doctor but i don't know where i should go. I received an offer from McGill university in Chemistry and i'm waiting for an admission in biochemistr (i don't really know if the level is hight or not in McGill in Sciences), (to do medecine i'll have to wait 4 years). I can also do my studies in France, which has the best universities of medicine in the world.
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Chemistry is not really a route into medicine. Grad medic courses can be done once you've completed a chem degree (though biochem suits this better) but these are REALLY hard core courses. If you think normal undergrad medic is hard then this would be nuts. Grad med is very competitive to get on so I don't think relying on it as your route in would be a good idea.
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Thanks for your answer, you think that i should stay in France perhaps?
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Thanks for your answer, you think that i should stay in France perhaps?
Really you should go speak to your careers adviser
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Chemistry is not really a route into medicine. Grad medic courses can be done once you've completed a chem degree (though biochem suits this better) but these are REALLY hard core courses. If you think normal undergrad medic is hard then this would be nuts. Grad med is very competitive to get on so I don't think relying on it as your route in would be a good idea.

I second this, doing chem/biochem at uni is extremely hard and theres no point going through that if you just want to do medicine in the end.
In canada/America there is not really an undergrad medicine course so if you have your heart set on canada id pick biology/biomed then do post grad from there.
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