Hi everyone. I hope you're all well. So, here's my situation. I am currently 21 years old. These are my grades: GCSEs (2010): 1A, 5Bs, 2Cs, 2Ds A-Levels (2013): CEE (Business studies, Biology, Chemistry) I know my grades are bad. I blame this on very poor work ethic/family issues. I've been working for the last two years as well as pursuing an AAT Level 2 course via long distance. I have almost finished the course, and although I find it interesting, I've now realised I won't be satisfied if I don't complete my "life's task": what I am meant to accomplish. To become a dentist. I've contacted universities in regard to access courses and how many years out of education is required. I see two options: 1. Start an access to science course sept. 2015, study DH&T and then apply for Dentistry via graduate entry 2. Start an access to medicine and dentistry course CWA sept. 2016 and apply for universities that accept this course. Option 2 can only be done next year due to a lack of work experience and funds. Can you guys advise on which option would be the best route for me. Thank you.