I have been set on medicine for the past 2 or so years and have all the necessary experience and grades to get in to the course however I am quickly finding myself turning towards accounting and finance as a career path.
How many of the skills I have gained from working towards applying to medicine (surgery receptionist, volunteering, further reading around the subject) are applicable to accounting and finance and what extra experience should I look to attain to boost my chances of earning a place at university? Furthermore, with my current A-Levels (Maths, Chem, Bio, PE), would I be disadvantaged by the fact I do not study an essay heavy subject?
Set on medicine but now turning towards accounting and finance? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 01-08-2016 15:09
- 01-08-2016 16:05
You have all the subjects and extra experience needed for accounting and finance IMO. I know people who have got places at top 5 uni's with hardly any experience at all and do the same first three subjects as you.