I.e GCSEs , as level and a level. Can u give me your examples of what you get in your exams for a comparison and what university you went to?
Getting the highest grades you can is the safest choice because of the fierce competition*
Minimum GCSE is 5 Grades A* to C but obviously nearly 100% of people applying to medicine will have more than this (I had 10 GCSEs grades A* to A)
A Levels again - get the best you can - AAA would be the minimum I suspect now ( was AAB when I applied in 2009/10) (I did 5AS levels and 4 A2s grades AAAB plus A in my AS (this was before the A* grade (that's how old I am!))*
I trained in Norwich
Advise - just get the highest possible grades. Your life would be significantly easier if you do. *
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