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    I have almost finished gap yr, and i dont know what to do in UNI!!!
    At gcses i got: 1A, 5B's & 2C's

    At alevels i took: Biology, Chemistry and Physcology
    At alevels i got: ABB



    What courses are available? + do i hv loads of options??
    IM ENETERING FOR NXT YR, SO BASICALLY IM HVING 2 GAP YRS LOL. MY REASON IS CUZ OF MY PARENTS GETTING DIVORCED AND ME MOVING. AND MY GRANDMAR AND COUSIN PASSED AWAY
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    Well the UCAS deadline was yesterday sooo I don't think you have many options...
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    You have loads of options. Think about what you're interested in and check their entry requirements.

    If you want to apply this year, you can still apply, although you are at a disadvantage because your application will be late.
    https://www.ucas.com/ucas/undergradu...ate-when-apply
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    (Original post by QueenGIGI)
    I have almost finished gap yr, and i dont know what to do in UNI!!!
    At gcses i got: 1A, 5B's & 2C's

    At alevels i took: Biology, Chemistry and Physcology
    At alevels i got: ABB



    What courses are available? + do i hv loads of options??
    Psychology and Biology degrees. Possibly Biochem/Biomed. Dietetics, optometry, perhaps pharmacy. Maybe medicine but check because the lowest entry requirement I've seen is AAB. Maybe medicine with a foundation year? You could also do law or something like human sciences/ biological anthropology etc,

    A lot of choices, with good prospects.
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    (Original post by User3939)
    Psychology and Biology degrees. Possibly Biochem/Biomed. Dietetics, optometry, perhaps pharmacy. Maybe medicine but check because the lowest entry requirement I've seen is AAB. Maybe medicine with a foundation year? You could also do law or something like human sciences/ biological anthropology etc,

    A lot of choices, with good prospects.
    Im not intrested in much of them im REALLY intrested in Dentistry and med, but u need AAA at a-level for both, so their out the window... mmm maybe biology... mmmm DEFINATLY NOT law lol im terrible at that sort of thing. I want to try and stick to the health pathway, so maybe therapy, bio or chem. TY
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    (Original post by rolaah)
    Well the UCAS deadline was yesterday sooo I don't think you have many options...
    Applying for nxt yr
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    (Original post by QueenGIGI)
    Im not intrested in much of them im REALLY intrested in Dentistry and med, but u need AAA at a-level for both, so their out the window... mmm maybe biology... mmmm DEFINATLY NOT law lol im terrible at that sort of thing. I want to try and stick to the health pathway, so maybe therapy, bio or chem. TY
    You can do graduate medicine. Look around though, there are many paths into medicine if that's what you want to do!
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    (Original post by QueenGIGI)
    Im not intrested in much of them im REALLY intrested in Dentistry and med, but u need AAA at a-level for both, so their out the window... mmm maybe biology... mmmm DEFINATLY NOT law lol im terrible at that sort of thing. I want to try and stick to the health pathway, so maybe therapy, bio or chem. TY
    Check whether you come from a widening participation background, as many unis are now offering foundation years with medicine for lower grades!

    http://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/med...y-requirements
 
 
 

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