is it possible to study graduate entry medicine with a degree in optometryWatch
Need more help on going postgrad?
Would studying a degree in optometry and potentially getting a 1st or high 2.1 put me at a disadvantage when compared to other graduates getting a first or 2.1 in biomedical sciences or a more healthcare-related science when applying to graduate entry medicine? I'm worried because i have never seen anyone study a degree in optometry and do graduate entry medicine. I would appreciate any help, thank you.
One of my friends got into graduate entry medicine with a 2:2 in a humanities degree & a Masters in psychology - graduate medicine is definitely full of diverse background, and as optometry is directly linked to both sciences and healthcare I'm sure it would not be a disadvantage.
Probs had money saved up and it could be from a while back when there was funding available for graduate entry. For Undergrad ppl take student loan out as-well so essentially paying for nothing. Anyway what they wrote sounds fake anyway I know people struggling to get in with 2.1 and minimal entry requirements is that
Also, 100% not fake lol, don't know why I'd make it up? haha.