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shahanne
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Hi,

I've had to drop Chemistry, so I'm left doing Bio, French and History. I want to do a science-related degree, but it seems my options are quite limited because I don't have chemistry. I personally would like to get into the healthcare sector, and am currently not interested in nursing. Any recommendations as to what I could do with them?
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A few universities offer foundation year courses for medicine, dentistry or pharmacy. They are mostly for people like yourself who do not have the correct qualifications to enter via the traditional route.

Manchester:
https://www.bmh.manchester.ac.uk/med...r/?pg=3#course

You can just google 'Foundation year medicine' to find more options.
There are a few more like this but I just know of this one as it is my closest option.
I hope I was able to help
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