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Anybody did biomedical science and moved medicine. Is it harder get medicine in anglia. Please share your thoughts
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Post-graduate medicine is more competitive than undergraduate medicine, and funding is more expensive. If you haven't already completed a different university course, I'd advise that you apply to undergrad medicine or use a gap year to get the grades/experience you need to apply to undergrad medicine.
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Post-graduate medicine is more competitive than undergraduate medicine, and funding is more expensive. If you haven't already completed a different university course, I'd advise that you apply to undergrad medicine or use a gap year to get the grades/experience you need to apply to undergrad medicine.
I had gap year and I still got b in chemistry so planning to do biscience
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I had gap year and I still got b in chemistry so planning to do biscience
Perhaps check the requirements for post-graduate medicine at different universities. Some will accept applicants without chemistry and some do not. They all have varying requirements.

It is possible, it's just more competitive as there are fewer places.
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Perhaps check the requirements for post-graduate medicine at different universities. Some will accept applicants without chemistry and some do not. They all have varying requirements.

It is possible, it's just more competitive as there are fewer places.
Ok thanks will research that
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I’m in a gap year right now deferred a bioscience at Brighton
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