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Since I technically meet the foundation year requirements for most unis, I was wondering, if I wanted to apply for normal medicine A100 courses as well as a foundation year course at a different uni, would my foundation year course count as a separate course and therefore not part of the maximum 4 medicine applications as foundation year is less competitive etc.

In essence, if this is the case, I could apply to 5 unis for medicine, 4 as A100 and foundation year medicine as my backup/reserve.

Could anyone confirm if this is infact the case.
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Since I technically meet the foundation year requirements for most unis, I was wondering, if I wanted to apply for normal medicine A100 courses as well as a foundation year course at a different uni, would my foundation year course count as a separate course and therefore not part of the maximum 4 medicine applications as foundation year is less competitive etc.

In essence, if this is the case, I could apply to 5 unis for medicine, 4 as A100 and foundation year medicine as my backup/reserve.

Could anyone confirm if this is infact the case.
The foundation year course would count as one of your four medicine choices.


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