Hi, I'm very interested to apply for Dentistry or Dental Hygiene and Therapy but i cannot decide which one is best suited to me. I was wondering if i even have a chance of getting into either courses at uni? (For September 2017)I'm doing volunteer work at the maxiofacial department at my local hospital, and hopefully some work experience in a general practice. I like the look of Cardiff, Leeds and Queen Mary London, but im not entirely sure yet.
My GCSESs are:
Geography - A*
Further Maths - A
Dual science award- A A
Business and Economics- A
English Language -B
I am currently in my first year of A levels doing; Chemistry, Biology, Geography as well as EPQ on oral disease. Im predicted AAB for as leels and an A*/A for my EPQ.
Dentistry- Dentistry or Dental hygiene and therapy? Do i have a chance? Watch
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Last edited by SunshiineH; 10-03-2016 at 18:02.
- 10-03-2016 17:54
- 26-05-2016 01:47
Go for dentistry and do dental hygiene and therapy as your back up. Try get predicted grades up to AAA or it may limit your choices