What can I do in university with my subjects?

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leena2004
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I am currently in yr12 taking biology, psychology and sociology. Unfornatatly, I wanted to take chemistry because I want to do something in the health sector in the future although I didn't get the grade for chemistry
Is there anyone that knows what I can do in university with these subjects, preferably in the health sector but I am also open to all subjects.
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(Original post by leena2004)
Hi,
I am currently in yr12 taking biology, psychology and sociology. Unfornatatly, I wanted to take chemistry because I want to do something in the health sector in the future although I didn't get the grade for chemistry
Is there anyone that knows what I can do in university with these subjects, preferably in the health sector but I am also open to all subjects.
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You should be ok if you wish top do an allied health profession.
If you wnated to do something like Medicine then you have issues as you need another stem preferably Chemistry.

What degree course?

https://sacu-student.com/?page_id=5203
https://www.england.nhs.uk/ahp/role/
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Medicine with foundation year is open to any subjects so long as you get AAA
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(Original post by leena2004)
Hi,
I am currently in yr12 taking biology, psychology and sociology. Unfornatatly, I wanted to take chemistry because I want to do something in the health sector in the future although I didn't get the grade for chemistry
Is there anyone that knows what I can do in university with these subjects, preferably in the health sector but I am also open to all subjects.
Drop down you thoughts
How do you feel about your subjects?
Which aspects of them do you most and least enjoy?

Write your favourite areas down in a Venn Diagram, and where it overlaps you’ll find what you love! Try and search each of your subjects and career pathways, you might find another route into the area you didn’t know about

I’m in the same position as you at the moment, but that’s my approach
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(Original post by 999tigger)
You should be ok if you wish top do an allied health profession.
If you wnated to do something like Medicine then you have issues as you need another stem preferably Chemistry.

What degree course?

https://sacu-student.com/?page_id=5203
https://www.england.nhs.uk/ahp/role/
omg tysm yeah i dont know wha degree yet initially i wanted to do dentistry but idk if i can do it without chemistry
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How do you feel about your subjects?
Which aspects of them do you most and least enjoy?

Write your favourite areas down in a Venn Diagram, and where it overlaps you’ll find what you love! Try and search each of your subjects and career pathways, you might find another route into the area you didn’t know about

I’m in the same position as you at the moment, but that’s my approach
thank you!! ill try this out for sure
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Medicine with foundation year is open to any subjects so long as you get AAA
do you know any universitys that do this?? also, is there any schools that do dentistry with a foundation year?
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(Original post by leena2004)
Hi,
I am currently in yr12 taking biology, psychology and sociology. Unfornatatly, I wanted to take chemistry because I want to do something in the health sector in the future although I didn't get the grade for chemistry
Is there anyone that knows what I can do in university with these subjects, preferably in the health sector but I am also open to all subjects.
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I've put you A levels into the A level explorer:

https://www.theuniguide.co.uk/a-leve...ociology?o=012
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I've put you A levels into the A level explorer:

https://www.theuniguide.co.uk/a-leve...ociology?o=012
thank youuu🥺🥺❤️
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(Original post by leena2004)
do you know any universitys that do this?? also, is there any schools that do dentistry with a foundation year?
I know the Uni of Manchester does this, you’d have to search others and if dentistry has that optiom
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