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    GCSES: A*,A*,A*,A*,A, A, A, A, A, A
    A levels: A, A, A (Chemistry, Maths and Biology) - however I did re take my first AS year due to mitigating circumstances.
    Uni Degree course: Biomedical Science - University of Surrey

    After many years of deliberation, experience different environments of working - hospital, office, sport etc, I have concluded that I want to study Medicine and specialise as an Obstetrician. I know I am capable of working hard and doing this but will I be able to actually get in? Furthermore, I am currently in my 1st year of Uni studying Biomedical Science - is there any point in me applying for undergrad medicine next year? or is this not possible? shall I just wait for postgrads but I know this is more competitive?

    There are some universities that will accept you whilst studying on another course, but not all, so check carefully, especially as you'd be in your second year by the time you apply.

    Graduate entry (NOT postgrad) is more competitive, but at the moment there's nothing that would be a big bar to entry.
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