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    Hey guys...
    I’m doing biology chemistry and maths for A level and hoping to apply for biomedical science...any advice in general? Is this a good course? I’m predicted AAC, the C in maths. Is this a big problem?
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    (Original post by DoctorAngel)
    Hey guys...
    I’m doing biology chemistry and maths for A level and hoping to apply for biomedical science...any advice in general? Is this a good course? I’m predicted AAC, the C in maths. Is this a big problem?
    It depends on what career you have in mind. Before choosing a course, I would pick what topics you want to study more, but also look at what careers students have gone onto after doing said course. There's a good portion of Biomedical Science students who have gone to do graduate entry medicine after their degree. Also, it's a good choice if you want to go into the NHS as a Biomedical Scientist (I would recommend looking at accredited courses, which provides you with HCPC and IBMS registration). I also studied Biomedical Science and I've just started a PhD, so there's many options after your course.

    Your grades look fine, very good in fact. You should be able to get into the majority of universities for Biomedical Science. You will have to check each university for their specific entry requirements because the C may let you down, but if there's an ABB requirement, it might be worth getting in contact with their admissions department and they might make an offer to you.
 
 
 
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