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Alevelhelp.1
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Hi, I have a question.
I study Biology, chemistry and maths, say I don’t get the desired grades/ grades I need to do the course I applied for (a science course) and I apply for clearing will I be able to do a course that’s not related to my subjects ?
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(Original post by Alevelhelp.1)
Hi, I have a question.
I study Biology, chemistry and maths, say I don’t get the desired grades/ grades I need to do the course I applied for (a science course) and I apply for clearing will I be able to do a course that’s not related to my subjects ?
Depending on the course... if it's not very competitive they may consider.

In many cases, you'd still need to meet their basic requirements.

Have you given up on Medicine?
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Depending on the course... if it's not very competitive they may consider.

In many cases, you'd still need to meet their basic requirements.

Have you given up on Medicine?
Yes I have
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Hi, I have a question.
I study Biology, chemistry and maths, say I don’t get the desired grades/ grades I need to do the course I applied for (a science course) and I apply for clearing will I be able to do a course that’s not related to my subjects ?
Hi Alevelhelp.1,

It very much depends on the course and University you're applying to - some courses at some Universities won't require you do be doing a particular subject, but will look at the grades/UCAS points you have instead.

I hope that helps - good luck with your results

Rowan
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