hey guys i need help.I am starting my second year MPharm this year. I've always been interested to study Medicine since O-level but I didn't get the A-level grades (BBC in Maths,Chem and Bio respectively) so I got into Pharmacy School instead. I did consider a gap year but I was really scared that I will get the same grades. So I thought that I should keep an open mind to it and maybe I will enjoy Pharmacy cause who knows right I haven't tried the course. Then I realized that I still want to do medicine. I plan to apply for Graduate entry medicine right after 4 years of MPharm and skip the pre-registration year. Personally, I don't think I should do the pre-registration training as I really want to apply for GEM after the 4 years and maybe gain more work experience (volunteer, part-time jobs) throughout the remaining 3 years. So do you this this is possible (not doing the pre-reg)? Will I stand a chance? I know GEM route is more competitive but I really didn't want to take a gap year as I wanted a fresh start but just realized that I still want to do medicine. I chose pharmacy over other life sciences cause I enjoy chemistry and I want to know more about drugs. Guide me please
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