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    i dont have the right grades to get into medicine and i heard that you can study a postgraduate medical degree after you study clinical sciences or biomedical sciences. i wanted to know if that is even possible and if so how am i able to do this? and which science degree is better to get into medicine
    also, the only university that i know that does clinical sciences is bradford but i dont want to stay in bradford so does anyone know any other uni that does clinical sciences.
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    i dont have the right grades to get into medicine and i heard that you can study a postgraduate medical degree after you study clinical sciences or biomedical sciences. i wanted to know if that is even possible and if so how am i able to do this? and which science degree is better to get into medicine
    also, the only university that i know that does clinical sciences is bradford but i dont want to stay in bradford so does anyone know any other uni that does clinical sciences.
    thank you
    The big selling point of the clinical sciences course at Bradford is that a small number of them can gain entry to year 2 of the Leeds MB ChB, subject to getting the right module grades and meeting some widening participation requirements. The rest still have to complete the course and get a BSc. So make sure you're okay with doing the full degree and staying on at the uni, because from a numbers perspective that's the most likely outcome for the majority of students on that course.

    Aside from that, graduate entry courses in medicine don't differentiate between biomedical sciences, clinical sciences, biochemistry etc. If they've asked for a 2:1 in any life sciences degree, that's all they want - there aren't any secret unspoken preferences.

    https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/con...dicine-a-guide
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    i dont have the right grades to get into medicine and heard about graduate entry medicine, if anyone who is studying medicine through graduate entry can you please explain your journey.
    also did you have to complete the full degree before transferring onto the GEM
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    also did you have to complete the full degree before transferring onto the GEM
    Yes, otherwise how can you count as a graduate?
 
 
 
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