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    (Original post by Helenia)
    If you get AAB, you will not get in, I'm afraid. Keele and possibly one or two other places will take A*AB but your options would be very limited.
    I know, I am just saying if for some reason I did end up getting AAB instead of AAA, I wouldn't apply for medical school due to not meeting requirements then I'd go for a bachelors degree, I'm just trying to look at options I have.
    if I do get AAA, then I will apply for medical school like Newcastle.


    I have two options I can follow, grade dependent
    also after obtaining a bachelors degree, the A level requirements lower, for example I Have seen BBB A level requirements if I have a degree (2.1 or first class) thank you anyway!
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    (Original post by Hype en Ecosse)
    It means to check with Lincoln University if they'll accept you applying to biomedical sciences when you've written a personal statement geared towards medicine, and if not, then check if they'll allow you to submit a separate personal statement.
    Oh okay, thank you very much
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    I have another question, I know I've been told to do a bachelors before I apply to medical school as my GCSEs don't match up, do medical schools once you have degree only look at that degree and your A levels?
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    (Original post by carly_muse)
    I have another question, I know I've been told to do a bachelors before I apply to medical school as my GCSEs don't match up, do medical schools once you have degree only look at that degree and your A levels?
    You need to check the requirements at each individual uni (as always) but your GCSEs are unlikely to have any bearing on your chances at most places when applying for GEM.
 
 
 
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