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    Hello, I'm considering doing an access course (medicine and health care) and I was wondering if anyone has had any luck getting into a medicine course at university with this qualification?
    I'm re-going my GCSEs as well.
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    Depends on age. If your 21 shouldn’t be a problem.
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    (Original post by King Arthur 284)
    Depends on age. If your 21 shouldn’t be a problem.
    I'm 23. I hope I'm not too old haha
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    (Original post by Sophiel8)
    I'm 23. I hope I'm not too old haha
    Perfect age 👍. I’m a similar age myself on an access course. Feel free to PM me
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    (Original post by King Arthur 284)
    Perfect age 👍. I’m a similar age myself on an access course. Feel free to PM me
    Are you doing it at a college though?
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    (Original post by Sophiel8)
    Are you doing it at a college though?
    I am indeed. Almost next to impossible to do it from home. Got to be taught it first and then you’ll know what to write about, how to structure the essays, and any help needed from tutors.
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    (Original post by King Arthur 284)
    I am indeed. Almost next to impossible to do it from home. Got to be taught it first and then you’ll know what to write about, how to structure the essays, and any help needed from tutors.
    I guess everyone learns differently
    Manchester is the closet place that offers it.
    Not all universities specify if it needs to be college taught though so that makes deciding harder haha
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    (Original post by Sophiel8)
    I guess everyone learns differently
    Manchester is the closet place that offers it.
    Not all universities specify if it needs to be college taught though so that makes deciding harder haha
    Do it college taught. so you can get a good academic reference to for the unis you apply to. Also why medicine?
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    (Original post by King Arthur 284)
    Do it college taught. so you can get a good academic reference to for the unis you apply to. Also why medicine?
    I'll look into it again
    Do you offer interview practise as well hahaha. People always ask that 😂
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    (Original post by Sophiel8)
    I'll look into it again
    Do you offer interview practise as well hahaha. People always ask that 😂
    Yeah I can I was a recruitment consultant for a year and a good one. So I know all about how to ace interviews. 👍
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    (Original post by Sophiel8)
    I'll look into it again
    Do you offer interview practise as well hahaha. People always ask that 😂
    PM me, I’d rather have a private chat 👍
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