If you can leave Neuroscience after a year and enter into Medicine, then go ahead and study it for a year (it'll prep you well for neurology in Med school), but if you have to pay £9000 and want to study Medicine then I suggest you take a gap year as otherwise it's not worth the debt.
Regarding UKCAT. I got 712.5 (Band 1) so I can give you UKCAT advice. I've also answered how to prep for UKCAT on this link. https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho...8#post79401078
Also, I commend you for not giving up on your goals. Keep working hard and I'm sure you'll get into Medicine with no problem. With your grades I have every faith you'll smash the UKCAT next time around.
Gap year is the best option. Use it to do useful things, like work experience, or self reflection, but also time to relax, as the jump between A-Levels and Medicine is pretty big.
Btw, if you want, send me your email via DM and I’ll send you my personal statement. I also written a guide on writing the perfect personal statement for Medicine. And I’ll send you links to resources I used to prep for Medical interviews, not any secret stuff lol, but free very useful resources that most people probably won’t have found.
Thank you soo much for your help, the fee isn't gonna be £9000 here because I'm eligible for the Scottish fee status and I'm not sure if I can stop after an year, I didn't think it that way. Would you rather do that or there's a third g called scotGEM which is a four year medicine program for anyone with a 2:1 honours degree in a sciency subject like neuroscience. Idk if I want to study 8 years