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    (Original post by hedgehoghog)
    Yeah, my school is the same. I've been told our GCSE grades will be more important now, however many people think they don't matter that much
    ah okay cool I hadn't heard anyone else talking about the new system so I worried I was on my own haha I'm thinking that we'll get predicted grades based on internal exams and this will be what the universities mainly look at, or at least that's what I hope
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    I know that if you don't meet the a-level requirements for vet med some university's (I think Bristol and Nottingham not sure about others) offer a course called 'gateway to veterinary medicine' which basically offers you the vet med course but with a foundation year so the course is 6 years instead of 5 years, I think Nottingham were asking BBC for a-level grades.
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    (Original post by Hollie_m)
    I know that if you don't meet the a-level requirements for vet med some university's (I think Bristol and Nottingham not sure about others) offer a course called 'gateway to veterinary medicine' which basically offers you the vet med course but with a foundation year so the course is 6 years instead of 5 years, I think Nottingham were asking BBC for a-level grades.
    Oh right, thank you!
 
 
 
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