• Medicine student help

Hi guys, new to this so excuse the potential mistakes I have probably made in advance. Anyway, I am in a slight dilemma, I want to go to a medical school, I have my heart set on it, in my current situation, I will be hoping to do the A104, that is with a preclinical/foundation year, I will be able to get the high a levels (A's-A*'s) And even though I am only currently doing 3 AS's, I will be doing another As at the beginning of the year, so I will have the A-levels, I will also have the voluntary work, working in hospitals, pharmancy's, care homes etc etc, I am also in the process of learning sign language (surprisingly easy to pick up by the way) but I don't have brilliant GCSEs, as I really did not try, I got many B's but got a C in Science, English and Maths, my question is, are my chances of getting into any medical school with the A104, or will my GCSEs not allow me accomplish that? Also any advice on what I can do to increase my chance of getting into a medical school? Also, wanting to do a foundation year because I am only doing A-level biology, not Biology and Chemistry

^ I think this is in the wrong place OP. :P Post it in the Medicine section of the forums.

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