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    I want to study Veterinary-Medicine when I am older.
    I am on track with my grades apart from Maths.
    I do everything that's beneficial for my CV in extra-cirricular activities ( dofE,Reach,Fundraising,Pupil council,2 years volunteering at a vets,completing a summer course at a Zoo etc
    Is it possible If I finish S6 with 2 advanced highers in Chemistry and Biology and highers in English,History,Spanish & Modern Studies (I will get a higher maths in S6 but the requirement is higher in S5)
    That I could do anything like go to college ,complete a course ,summer school etc then go on to University and study Veterinary-Medicine?
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    (Original post by fergusonnnn)
    I want to study Veterinary-Medicine when I am older.
    I am on track with my grades apart from Maths.
    I do everything that's beneficial for my CV in extra-cirricular activities ( dofE,Reach,Fundraising,Pupil council,2 years volunteering at a vets,completing a summer course at a Zoo etc
    Is it possible If I finish S6 with 2 advanced highers in Chemistry and Biology and highers in English,History,Spanish & Modern Studies (I will get a higher maths in S6 but the requirement is higher in S5)
    That I could do anything like go to college ,complete a course ,summer school etc then go on to University and study Veterinary-Medicine?
    Both Glasgow and Edinburgh are out of the question if you have neither H maths/physics in S5 but don't stop there! I think Liverpool, Nottingham, Bristol and RVC are all fine; I don't know about Cambridge or Surery though. The only downside is that Reach won't be a lot of use in terms of entry for Glasgow (is it Glasgow uni your working with for reach or is it Edi?)
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    Also to apply to any of the above English universities you will possibly need 3 AHs, but it all depends on your H grades. Out of interest, what level are you at and why are you not doing H maths?
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    I believe that each Uni will look at your case individually. When I was wanting to study Vet Med, I was drawn more to Glasgow. But a local Vet of mine failed his Chemistry and he wouldn't have gotten into Vet Med so instead went to study Biochemistry I believe then entered first year Vet Med after that. There is various means, by studying animal science, biochemistry and such to gain entry to Vet Med. Hope this helps.
 
 
 
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