I'm a 24 year old New Zealander who has completed a first-class Bachelor of Arts degree in London- so internationally. Before moving to London I started part of a degree in Wellington at Victoria Unviersity so this won't be my first foray into tertiary education within NZ... I'm pretty sure this excludes me from applying for graduate entry as degrees taken abroad must be in the sciences to qualify? So, I'm trying to figure out if FY BSc/BHSc at Auckland or HSFY at Otago is a viable option for me. I've read somewhere that HSFY can only be taken at Otago if it's your first tertiary course so does this exclude me full stop from Otago? Medicine is a career that I previously hadn't considered but after a lot of thought and a discovering of new passions etc it has become my goal to go through medical school. As a result of my previous career path I have close to no Biology/Chemistry or Physics under my belt. I understand that this is going to make the first year considerably harder- are there any courses/books etc that you would reccomend before starting to even the playing field somewhat? If anyone else has changed paths later in life to medicine, I'd love to hear how you tackled it. Look forward to hearing your thoughts! Thanks so much!