I have recently been worrying about the fact that my GCSEs will prevent me from getting to a university to study medicine; my results at GCSE are the following:
FSMQ Financial Calculations - A
FSMQ Algebra and Graphs - A*
English Language - B
English Literature - B
Religious Studies - A
Mathematics - A*
French - B
Geography - A*
Biology - A
Chemistry - B
Physics - A
Computing - B
Use of Mathematics - A
I just need to know whether these grades will grant me a good likelihood of getting accepted by a university for medicine and what I can do to increase my chances. I'm currently in Year 12 studying A Level Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Maths Mechanics; I've heard from many people that GCSEs do matter A LOT and some people say that university's barely look at them. So, if anyone could answer, would these grades give me a good likelihood of getting into medicine or not and what grades would I need in these A Levels to get into medicine?
Thanks a lot, any help is much appreciated.
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