I don't think VMD pulls hits from a lot of Norwegian students, quite frankly. (Well, OK, my great-grandmother was Norwegian, but I hardly think that counts. )
I know that there are 4-year programs in the UK and Ireland for people with a bachelor's degree -- and there are also post-bachelor's 5-year programs (at least there are in Ireland) for people with non-science backgrounds. I don't know how much overlap there is between medical school and your specific program in Biomedical Laboratory Science, but I would think that one of those two options would probably fit the bill.
Many of the programs in Poland would likely accept you regardless, as long as they know that you can pay tuition. Some of the better ones (Jag, Warsaw, Gdansk) are apparently more selective, but it would be worth applying if you want to go into medicine.
Nobody remembers everything from undergrad by heart. The question is whether or not you are willing to study hard and apply yourself in medical school so that you can become a competent physician. Good luck.
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