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    Hi everyone

    As the title says, can someone help me finding universities that have medicine that accept a Foundation year degree? x
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    Surely we have given you enough information on your previous two threads? Or are you simply unwilling to do the work yourself and research it?
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    (Original post by Amiia2997)
    Hi everyone

    As the title says, can someone help me finding universities that have medicine that accept a Foundation year degree? x
    Why have you made 10 posts on pretty much the same topic?
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    (Original post by Blazingphoenix)
    Surely we have given you enough information on your previous two threads? Or are you simply unwilling to do the work yourself and research it?
    My previous thread was about universities that do foundation year which I did research on and found some. This thread is about universities that accept a Foundation degree as I'm struggling to find straight answers. I'm posting threads because other people may know about particular unis that do. I'm far from lazy as I'm taking the initiative to figure out what university I want to go do and am doing extensive research on my career. It's wrong of you to assume that I'm being lazy
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    (Original post by Amiia2997)
    My previous thread was about universities that do foundation year which I did research on and found some. This thread is about universities that accept a Foundation degree as I'm struggling to find straight answers. I'm posting threads because other people may know about particular unis that do. I'm far from lazy as I'm taking the initiative to figure out what university I want to go do and am doing extensive research on my career. It's wrong of you to assume that I'm being lazy
    Firstly, I didn't actually mention anything about being lazy; I said unwilling.

    A lot of this really is doing your own research. It might be unfortunate to hear, but many people here are voluntarily to help potential applicants. Often, this involves giving them a push in the right direction and letting them find the information themselves. We are not here to do research that can be done yourself.

    I mentioned in your previous thread 'not all of these access or foundation (non-integrated) courses are recognised by every university' in order to inform you that things vary by university and the you should check this. I was in no way going to use my own time to look up their websites or phone them for something that was not my concern. This is your concern and thus should be something you do. Wake up call, but university is not going to hand you all the information on a silver platter, especially in medicine. If you cannot do the research for yourself right now, you should probably re-evaluate how much medicine means to you.
 
 
 
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