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    Hello everyone I just joined, I wanted to ask a question: I wanted to apply for medicine undergraduate with an access course,( I am currently doing biomedical science). I've check the entry criteria and I notice that I was saying access to medicine. Do you guys think It's going to be a problem if I have an access to biomedicine instead of access to medicine?
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    It's probably going to be a problem, yes. Only way to know is to contact individual universities and ask them if the specific course that you're doing would be acceptable or not.
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    Just for your general interest and to answer the title of the thread, a dilemma is a choice between two equally unhappy options.

    Yes, it is a problem. Access to Medicine is a very specific course and it cannot be substituted with another, such as Access to Biomedicine/Heathcare etc. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but that's how it is.
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    It's fine better to know it , So that I Know what to do.

    P.s by the way thanks for telling me what a "dilemma" is, and just to make it clear I come to London like less than a year ago so I still have difficulties..
 
 
 
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