Bsc in Medical Sciences

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  1. rodeoclown

    rodeoclown New Member

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    Does anyone have any information with regards to how this is awarded or the criteria for it? I'd heard that it is possible to have this awarded if one hasn't completed the medical degree as is the case with me.

    I've done three years of medicine at Cardiff and was set to resit the 3rd year because I failed a DGR viva. I was then withdrawn from the course due to fees and so am trying to consider what options are available to me now considering the 3 years I've already "done".

    Any thoughts or ideas? :)
     
  2. DrPie

    DrPie New Member

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    At Manchester should a student leave after completeing the first three years (having passed the necessary exams) they can qualify with a BMed Sci./BSc equivalent. You should contact your medical school and speak with them regarding this matter. If you have failed an exam and have yet to pass it I dont think you could be awarded with the degree as you've technically not passed the three years.
     
  3. haudenosaunee

    haudenosaunee New Member

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    Then you should you try on different way?
     

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