hey guys and ladies, i need help on choosing a course. On the UCAS website, i chose the course 'Physics' and i got multiple choices pop up: Applied Physics Atmosphere Physics Biomedical Physics Chemical Physics Computational Physics Electronic / Electrical Engineering Physics Environmental Physics Laser Physics Mathematical Physics Medical Physics Medical Physics Technology Molecular Physics Particle Physics Philosophy Of Physics Physics Studies Radiation Physics Space Physics Space Science Technological Physics Theoretical Physics I really am not sure which course to choose. I would like to do Biomedical physics due to the fact it can lead to a career in medicine but i fear i do not have the grades and my course (Engineering HNC) won't be enough to qualify for it. Some Uni's require A level Maths and Physics. I did a BTEC level Engineering and i heard that BTEC is A level's equivalent. I got a pass in mechanical principles, got a distinction in Pneumatic and Hydraulics (does that count as a Science course?) and a Merit in Maths. I am now doing an HNC in mechanical Engineering, and the requirements for some Biomedical courses require Distinction, Distinction, Merit. with A level physics and Mathematics and in Biology and Chemistry. I got told that if i do my two year HNC, i can top up to a degree even if i don't have the nessecary grades, is this true? Also, Theoretical physics sound interesting. I really don't know which course to choose but i would like to do Biomedical Physics and if not then Theoretical Physics.