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Graduate Entry into Medicine..

Discussion in 'Mature Students' started by trungdien, Aug 12, 2017.

  1. trungdien

    trungdien New Member

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    I am currently studying Psychology (BSc) at university and will finish next year. I'm hoping to go on to apply for graduate medicine providing I meet the guidelines. I received 4 Bs at A level (Biology, Psychology, French and Philosophy). Would it be beneficial to try and do a Chemistry A level alongside my degree because a lot of med schools seem to require it. If I were to get a 2:1 for my degree...would I be in with a chance? Any people out there who have applied for GEM who hadn't studied Chem?
     
  2. gradmed305

    gradmed305 New Member

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    There are med schools that don't care about your A-levels. There are many stories of GEM applicants that begin with "I haven't studied science since GCSE...", yet they still get offers :)
     

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