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    I applied for biological and medical sciences and just realised yesterday that id firmed biological sciences (which is different).
    I'm not sure if I applied for the wrong one or was offering bio sci instead, but it's not what I want to do.
    Is there a chance I could change to to bio and med sci by ringing up or after I start like within the first week??
    The reason I want to change is because I liked the deferred options, in not sure wether genetics was right for me or not so this seemed like a good way to get an idea of all the courses in the areas in interested in
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    (Original post by cookiemonster_)
    I applied for biological and medical sciences and just realised yesterday that id firmed biological sciences (which is different).
    I'm not sure if I applied for the wrong one or was offering bio sci instead, but it's not what I want to do.
    Is there a chance I could change to to bio and med sci by ringing up or after I start like within the first week??
    The reason I want to change is because I liked the deferred options, in not sure wether genetics was right for me or not so this seemed like a good way to get an idea of all the courses in the areas in interested in
    I'd say contact the university now, but maybe University of Liverpool can help you here? Best of luck!
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    (Original post by cookiemonster_)
    I applied for biological and medical sciences and just realised yesterday that id firmed biological sciences (which is different).
    I'm not sure if I applied for the wrong one or was offering bio sci instead, but it's not what I want to do.
    Is there a chance I could change to to bio and med sci by ringing up or after I start like within the first week??
    The reason I want to change is because I liked the deferred options, in not sure wether genetics was right for me or not so this seemed like a good way to get an idea of all the courses in the areas in interested in
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    I'd say contact the university now, but maybe University of Liverpool can help you here? Best of luck!
    Hi there,

    If you are certain that you wish to change courses, I would recommend emailing [email protected] including your UCAS ID number, full name and course you wish to change from/to and we will forward your email to your admissions officer, who will try to accommodate your request if at all possible.

    Hope this helps!

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    Thank you for your replies!
    I rang up and they told me to email, turns out there were two applications under my name, one for each course
 
 
 
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