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HI i just can't decide between applied anatomy at Bristol or clinical pharmacology at st George's. I have an offer for both of them. I did not get into medicine so i have decided to do post graduate medicine instead. Which course do you think will be better to get into post-grad medicine with? They require the same A-level results (ABB) and are both BScs.
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HI i just can't decide between applied anatomy at Bristol or clinical pharmacology at st George's. I have an offer for both of them. I did not get into medicine so i have decided to do post graduate medicine instead. Which course do you think will be better to get into post-grad medicine with? They require the same A-level results (ABB) and are both BScs.
Both fine for graduate entry medicine (not the same thing as postgraduate medicine). No inherent advantage to either one.

Is there a reason why you can't just re-apply for medicine...?
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HI i just can't decide between applied anatomy at Bristol or clinical pharmacology at st George's. I have an offer for both of them. I did not get into medicine so i have decided to do post graduate medicine instead. Which course do you think will be better to get into post-grad medicine with? They require the same A-level results (ABB) and are both BScs.
Neither, if you even have an inkling to do medicine afterwards.

Do not do a degree with the sole aim for graduate entry medicine. It'll take longer, cost more and (most importantly) will be much more competitive.

Just take a gap year to improve whatever reason why you couldn't do standard undergrad medicine and apply to that course instead.
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