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I am currently studying biology, chemistry and maths in year 13. At this moment in time I am still undecided on what degree I would like to peruse and upon looking at pharmacology I came across veterinary pharmacology. I have taken a keen interest to this career and I was wondering if anyone could advise me on what degree and further education I would need in order to do this. It is too late for me to do vet med at uni as I didn’t do the early entry exams so was wondering if there is another way around this maybe starting with a degree in pharmacology or something along those lines? Many thanks in advance
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If vet med is what you want to do DON'T DO ANOTHER DEGREE FIRST UNLESS YOU ABSOLUTELY HAVE TO! That shouldn't be your plan B, C, D or even E. You only get a government loan for your first degree, so unless you have 50 grand lying around, I'd take a gap year and just apply next year. I was in the same position last year.
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