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Making the right further education choice for university

I am applying for either a Pre-med or Pre-den for Glasgow uni. Am I supposed to do a UKCAT before Pre-med, or whilst I'm doing the Pre-med year? And which is better for me as international student - A Level or Pre-med?
Answered by Alison Patterson
Hi Sara,

As we understand it, the Pre-med year at Glasgow is not an alternative to A Levels – applicants still need A Levels, the IB or their national school leaving qualification, etc.

As for the UKCAT, you should contact Glasgow.

Here is our section on A Levels which may help:




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