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whats the difference between these two? as i could go to one college to do level 3 applied science, or another to do level 3 applied medical science? if anybody's done either, more info on the actual units studied would help!
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I suppose it depends on your future career. I am currently studying medical science which includes biology, physics and chemistry content. This allows me to go onto study Radiography. Others on my course have been offered places at uni for paramedic science, pharmacy and biomedical science to name a few.
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(Original post by sadiebourne)
whats the difference between these two? as i could go to one college to do level 3 applied science, or another to do level 3 applied medical science? if anybody's done either, more info on the actual units studied would help!
At our college my boyfriend is doing Level 3 Medical science and really enjoying it. It's more human biology based than applied science with things such as synapses and blood vessels. One thing I find interesting is that his course seems to be a Level 3 with the grades as A, B, C instead of D,M,P. A few of our college alumni who have done that course have gone on to become midwives and medical researchers so it seems to be a good course for that.
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