Graduate Entry Medicine with a Physics degree?Watch
I'm a first year Physics student at the University of Bristol, and have really been considering medicine as a possible career path for me. However, I haven't done A-level Chemistry (got AAA in Bio, Maths and Physics).
D'you think the lack of A-level Chem will limit me much? I've done some research but would like some responses from people who've done GEM from a non-traditional background (i.e. a non life sciences degree).
Scour the websites of the different GEM courses and see if they specify any pre-requisite degree types, or any specific A-levels.
If in doubt, email them! But yes, you'll be plenty fine!
Another thing to consider is that you can actually take A-Level Chemistry privately as an independent student. It's not going to be horribly expensive if you only pay for taking exams at a private centre and study the course on your own (i.e. don't pay for teaching). Not saying it's easy but entirely possible.
Just have a look at the GEM entry requirements on individual universities' websites; if it doesn't specify that A-level Chemistry is needed, then it isn't needed.