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What's the difference between the two?

If this is in terms of Melbourne Uni, would it be harder to get into the Doctor of Medicine course if I did Science instead of Biomed?

thanks.

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I am going to say yes, slightly. Traditionally Biomed is more aligned with medicine. However, picking the right foundational subjects within the Science course and scoring well in it will give you a great chance of getting into Med. Proving your capacities through assessment, experience, recommendation is probably the most important.

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Sorry Lex! But I have to disagree :P

The ability to get into a Graduate Medicine program such as the MD does not depend on the content learnt in your undergraduate degree. Applicants are assessed on their GPA (uni marks), GAMSAT and an interview. Doing Biomedicine should not provide a clear advantage in any of these admission requirements.

However, doing Biomedicine may or may not provide an advantage during the course where a Biomedicine student have a clearer understanding of the clinical issues surrounding various topics.

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