Medicine or neuroscienceWatch
Ultimately if your primary goal is to enter the medical profession, you need to do a medical degree, and it is easier as far as admissions go, and cheaper, to do a standard entry course as a school leaver (including after a gap year - or even two or three...) rather than a graduate entry course or a standard entry course as a graduate. I would recommend then that it would be better to try and get into medicine now, rather than later, if that's your aim.
I have applied for medicine for 2020 entry, been rejected post interview from SGUL and Sheffield (waiting list). Had interviews at Southampton and St. Andrews. I hold an offer from nottingham university for neuroscience. I think i would enjoy the neuroscience degree more and would love to study at nottingham, although my Gcses weren’t good enough for medicine there. I want to do medicine and am pretty sure i can get the grades, of course an offer would be helpful! Not sure what to do, whether to take a gap year and reapply to medicine if i get rejections or a top neuroscience course like UCL. Please help 😅
plus if you feel like it after completing this course you can always do post grad medicine