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    I have applied successfully to study Biochemistry at 5 universities. I am predicted D*D*D*.
    I couldn't see a way of getting onto a Medicine course with my BTEC and so went forward with Biochemistry.
    I was just wondering if doing the degree and then doing a post-graduate degree in medicine is now my only option.
    I did go to university before, but quit, so I don't know if I'm able to transfer courses due to finance issues.
    Any advice or pointers would be appreciated.

    You could do that altough i hear it is stilll very competitive

    you could have got into Medicine with you BTEC, Plymouth, Keele, UEA, Bradford and Nottingham accept the BTEC for Medicine (usually with a foundation year with the exception of Plymouth who allow it for first year entry)
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