Have you considered applying to SUTD-Duke-NUS direct programme? You scored very well in your A levels and I'm sure you qualify for their scholarship as well.indistress wrote: I applied for the 4 unis that require only bmat as i missed out on the deadline for UKCAT (oxford, imperial, UCL and leeds). BMAT results are only valid for 1 year so if i wish to apply for UK in 2020 that'll mean I'll have to retake BMAT next year in 2019. Besides, I don't think I would want to wait for another year when I'll face the same problem of the high costs of studying medicine overseas. Duke-NUS may be the last alternative I would consider as it'll take a long time (and isn't cheap as well) I'm afraid ill be upset during my course of study in pharmacy with thoughts that im not doing what i really want with my time.
thanks for your input though, really appreciate.
https://www.sutd.edu.sg/Admissions/Unde ... D-Duke-NUS