HEY guys, I have applied to 2 BTEC extended diploma courses. the first being applied science and the second being applied MEDICAL science. I want to apply to radiography at university but i don't know which of the courses to take.
Applied science will contain more physics which is needed for radiography whereas applied medical science will provide me with the practical skills. The reason I'm so confused is because I was set on Applied medical science until a radiography lecturer emailed me saying that he would personally prefer applied science which means that it must have its positives over medical science.
I have friends who have gone into radiography with no physics whatsoever but I am asking in regards to which would benefit me more at uni, having the physics or having the practical medical experience?
What are you personal experiences? What do you think i should do?
Would really appreciate your help, thank you
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- 12-05-2016 15:00
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- 19-05-2016 10:59
Email unis you're interested in going to to study radiography and ask what their preferences are. If they don't have any prefs then go with the course that interests you more.