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I applied for medicine but was rejected because I didn't take a second science at higher level, but I was accepted into biochemistry. My plan is to finish biochemistry, then do graduate entry medicine. But I was wondering if it would be possible to transfer from biochemistry to medicine if my grades are good enough, and if its possible how high/low are the chances?
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Not all Unis allow transfer into their Medical School. I think only St George's Medical School for the London unis allow this.

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Newcastle has a programme where you can transfer into medicine after your first year of biochem.
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