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    Apart from medicine/dentistry, what top courses are available to me? Engineering is out of the equation due to not having maths. Any advice appreciated
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    Biomedical science - im sure you can apply for this
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    You cant do much physics related as you must have maths
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    (Original post by Hajra Momoniat)
    Biomedical science - im sure you can apply for this
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    (Original post by Chirpsman)
    Apart from medicine/dentistry, what top courses are available to me? Engineering is out of the equation due to not having maths. Any advice appreciated
    For starters, not all branch of Engineering requires Maths, so if you're interested in it, then check entry requirements properly. Other alternatives includes doing a foundation year if you aren't doing the required subjects at A-level.

    There are over 50 courses you can apply to (e.g. Comp Sci, Neuroscience, System Engineering, Politics), so go on universities website (preferably a uni you're interested in), check their course list and note down the courses you're interested in. Then start researching the ones you're interested in to see if it's to you.
 
 
 
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