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    Do universities in the UK that do bio medicine accept Applied Science as an A-Level?
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    (Original post by imanyousaf10)
    Do universities in the UK that do bio medicine accept Applied Science as an A-Level?
    I don't really understand your question. Do you mean BTEC Applied science?
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    (Original post by polerat)
    I don't really understand your question. Do you mean BTEC Applied science?
    Applied Science is BTEC Applied Science.
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    (Original post by Dann.It)
    Applied Science is BTEC Applied Science.
    Not necessarily, some have an exam component to it.
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    For biomedical science/biomedicine? as opposed to medicine itself?


    *You should be ok to apply to certain universities but I would suggest you contact each of the universities you're considering applying to confirm whether they can consider your qualifications for a place there to avoid wasting a ucas choice, I know this year the ucas tariff points are due to change as well to accommodate the range of qualifications offered by applicants, the ucas website has a tariff converter from grade to points which should also help with deciding if your grades are suitable for applying to a particular universities.

    TLDR- contact the universities you want to apply to see if your qualifications are accepted.
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    (Original post by Dann.It)
    Applied Science is BTEC Applied Science.
    no i study applied science as a full A level at a sixth form it is not a BTEC
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    [QUOTE=simi89;66761262]For biomedical science/biomedicine? as opposed to medicine itself?


    *You should be ok to apply to certain universities but I would suggest you contact each of the universities you're considering applying to confirm whether they can consider your qualifications for a place there to avoid wasting a ucas choice, I know this year the ucas tariff points are due to change as well to accommodate the range of qualifications offered by applicants, the ucas website has a tariff converter from grade to points which should also help with deciding if your grades are suitable for applying to a particular universities.

    TLDR- contact the universities you want to apply to see if your qualifications are accepted. [/QUO
    Thank you for the help and yes i have started to contact many universeties, waiting to hear back
 
 
 
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