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    I'm planning on attending a double degree course in Chemistry and Forensic Science and after my second year if I do well enough I have the opportunity to change to MChem by doing 1 extra year.

    Does this mean that (if I were to do it) that when I graduate I would only have obtained MChem or MChem as well as Bachelors Chemistry and bachelors Forensic Science?
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    (Original post by crdeaves)
    I'm planning on attending a double degree course in Chemistry and Forensic Science and after my second year if I do well enough I have the opportunity to change to MChem by doing 1 extra year.

    Does this mean that (if I were to do it) that when I graduate I would only have obtained MChem or MChem as well as Bachelors Chemistry and bachelors Forensic Science?
    Your university module credits can only be used for one qualification - if you take up the MChem then you'll have an MChem - you'll only have a BSc if you exit at that point and your university credits are "cashed in" for a BSc.
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