Medicine with BTEC Medical ScienceWatch
You'd need to do 3 A levels in the required subjects or perhaps a foundation year.. if it is possible.
Wow!... Actually what the school said was the btech will be for 2 years, then in the second year I can choose either applied science, forensic science or medical science... So is it that forensic science is easier to cross into medicine than medical science?
GCSEs - 3 x B, 6 x A, 1 x A*
BTEC - DDD
Then 2:1 degree.
Wow.. That's great I really appreciate, so I should do my BTEC in medical science and the do an A level's in chemistry... Then boom I can apply for medicine
You will also need the relevant GCSE requirements and a good UKCAT or BMAT depending on the university. Be mindful that achieving the grades does not guarantee you a place - medicine is highly competitive with all applicants having a very high academic record - so you also need to think about how you can stand out with extra-curricular experience. Getting the grades will get your application past the first vetting stage so consider also what you will do if you do not get in on first application.