I'm going into year 13 doing English language, Biology and Chemistry.
My predicted grades will most likely be
English - a*/a
Biology - a/b
Chemistry - b
( I've also got an A in AS Geography)
Obviously these aren't high enough for medicine and that is the only thing I want to do, so I've been looking into med with foundation years and I do fit the general requirements of having a low house hold income, deprived secondary school, first generation of my family to go into higher education and also had medical problems this year. I know I can achieve A*AA next year but my predicted grades won't be that high.
Will I be able to apply for medicine with the foundation if I get AB B predicted grades, and then if I achieve the standard AAA, not have to do the foundation year? I have relevant work experience so personal statent will be good , ok GCSEs (2a*7a1b) and am sitting ukcat in a couple of weeks but hopefully that goes well.
Never looked into the foundation year before but seems perfect for me, unless I'm missing something.
Medicine with a foundation year ?
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