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does anyone know what universities allow BTEC level 3 applied science (double) and a social science a level to do a dental hygienist and therapist course?
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Hi there, I had a little look for you online but I'm afraid I'm not really sure. I'd say the easiest way to find out is to email/call the admissions for each uni as they're all going to be different! I can see many of them will accept BTEC in lieu of A Levels - for example UCLan says: "BTEC extended diploma in applied science achieved at D*D*D or above will be accepted as an alternative to A-levels."
But I can't seem to find anything about doing the double and an A Level in combination.
Sorry that's not much help! I might be able to help with other questions you may have about the career if you have any. But my advice would be just to start contacting each uni for the most reliable info. Good luck!
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Unlikely, but its worth emailing Unis to find out - include details of all the units you are doing in Applied Science.

This is a professional course and needs A level standard science knowledge/skills, preferably in Biology. For Portsmouth the requirement is 120 points from 3 A levels including 40 points from a pure Science subject. Other Unis insist on A level Biology.

However, you could do A level Biology or an Access to HE (Biology focused) next year and then apply.
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