I am a year 13 student and I study A-level chemistry, biology and psychology. At AS level I achieved an A grade for psychology and a C grade for biology, however I didn't sit the AS chemistry exam (I will be sitting both AS and A2 chemistry in 2017).
I don't know my predicted grades for A2.
I might not get to do the 5 year medicine degree. So I am interested in doing a 6 year medicine degree with a foundation year.
Some universities that do a medicine degree with a foundation year might not consider my application as I already study chemistry. They would consider those who study non-science subjects.
Does anyone know any universities that I should apply to (taking into consideration the circumstances that I am in)?
Applying for Medicine with a foundation year Watch
- Thread Starter
- 24-09-2016 18:31
- 25-09-2016 20:48
University of Nottingham A108
University of Southampton BM6 and Uni of East anglia
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- 25-09-2016 20:51
Bristol if your sixth form/college is on their contextual offers list. KCL offers an Extended Medical Degree too.