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Transferring from pharmacy to medicine

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    Hello, I am a 2nd year pharmacy student in Queens University Belfast. After my year of study and working as a pharmacist, I have decided pharmacy isn't for me. I chose pharmacy as a rushed decision, as it was my 5th ucas choice in which I was rejected from my medicine choices. I was wondering what would be the best way/stage to go about reapplying for medicine? Thanks
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    (Original post by Harold50)
    Hello, I am a 2nd year pharmacy student in Queens University Belfast. After my year of study and working as a pharmacist, I have decided pharmacy isn't for me. I chose pharmacy as a rushed decision, as it was my 5th ucas choice in which I was rejected from my medicine choices. I was wondering what would be the best way/stage to go about reapplying for medicine? Thanks
    Finish your degree and apply during final year or your pre reg year. Personally I'd say complete your pre reg year, you'll be glad of the ability to locum when you're studying GEM.

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