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Thanks a lot for your feedback was very insightful. Just wanted to ask, if you have not done biology at a level but done chemistry does this make you disadvantaged in any way, although I am aware that in Lancaster you need biology to A level, in other universities you don't, e.g. Manchester. And also what was the main factor which made you choose medicine as I am finding it tough to decide whether I should do medicine or another course.