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    I've heard that post-graduate medicine is much more competitive than undergraduate medicine, I didn't sit the UMAT in year 12 because I didn't have any idea what I wanted to do at uni, so now I can't apply for undergraduate medicine, my question is can I apply to a university course through TISC and accept it and then on my gap year go through the process of applying for undergraduate medicine by doing the UMAT and still have my uni offer as a backup? or do I forfeit my uni offer if I do that?

    this question probably gives away how uninformed I am, but I'm really not sure how all this works
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