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Graduate entry dentistry 2019 help watch

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    I’m currently studying chemical engineering and want to study dentistry after however I am unsure how I would go about this. I do not think I am eligible for graduate entry as my degree has not covered the relevant first year topics. Undergraduate entry would be my only option however would an offer via this pathway be based on my a level results or degree? I am predicted a 2:1 and my a levels are ABC in biology chemistry and maths.



    I've got a 1st class degree in Biomedical Science (but not very good A-Levels and GCSE's so It'll be hard to get to interview stage for Graduate-entry and couldnt apply for undergrad only).
    I'm still researching universities which accept graduates onto 4-year course but I've found that most only ask for biology degrees. I know that if you did an undergraduate degree you will have to pay for the tuition fees up-front, only for graduate courses would you get student finance. Also, for undergraduate they would look at A-levels, your degree would just be used to your advantage in interview, i.e. prove your hard-working.

    Hope this helps a little.
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