In 2017 I hope to be going to university to study neuroscience. There is obviously a time gap between then and now. I waswondering whether it is possible to go directly into med school rather thangoing down the graduate route.
My grades aren’t the best but I have extenuating circumstances
3A*s, 8A’s and 1 B for GCSE
ABC a level (bio, chem and physics)
So under these circumstances would I be able to skip the graduate route and go directly into studying medicine?
Also is neuroscience a good degree to do which will prepare mefor medicine and life as a doctor?
What should I do? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 02-09-2016 14:35
Offline21ReputationRep:TSR Support TeamClearing and Applications Advisor
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- Clearing and Applications Advisor
- 02-09-2016 19:17
Yes, you can apply for non-graduate entry medicine if you have a degree but you won't be entitled to student loans. Unless your family is very wealthy then graduate entry medicine is realistically the only option if you've already done a degree.