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    (Original post by gdunne42)
    Or just young


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    (Original post by drapplepilot)
    Thank you. Reading this thread I was thinking the same thing.

    To the 12 year old kid: well done but life isn't fair and you will have to wait until your 18 to get into medical school and the way you're doing your A-levels are messed up (won't help your application).
    Ok thxs for advice will talk to dad
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    (Original post by CrazyFool229)
    Judging by the way you reacted to somebody offering advice by saying that they are "jealous of a 12 year old" I would perhaps take a step back and actually listen to those who have been through the process... You seem like somebody who refuses to listen to others and throws a massive tantrum when somebody doesn't say something that favours you.

    It is a general rule that you need to sit your A-Levels within a two year period as others have said, and doing them early won't necessarily benefit your application. I have to say though, I do genuinely applaud your efforts and I wish you the best of luck in the future
    THANK U, i needed putting in my place. I was being very rude as the person is probs older than me and could have ignored me but didnt, thank you for making me learn a life lesson, i will improve myself now
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    (Original post by mliela)
    How early? It's not as much of an issue for GCSEs I think.


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    That shouldn't be an issue, there doesn't tend to be a stipulation about when you take gcses. Did you get good grades in them.

    Just don't be tempted to take any a-levels early.
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    That shouldn't be an issue, there doesn't tend to be a stipulation about when you take gcses. Did you get good grades in them.

    Just don't be tempted to take any a-levels early.
    Ok thank you. Good grades yes.

    And I'm in year 12 so I can't take any early even if I wanted too.
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    (Original post by Talkand...Talk)
    Hi. Next year i was planning on taking English and geography, will 5 be enough??
    Nope. Five GCSEs won't be enough. Some say a minimum of nine. So around nine/ten is quite common.


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    (Original post by Talkand...Talk)
    Thank you for the nice reply! I know that i will start med school at 18 i defo dont wanna start any earlier lol! But im just confused about A-levels, bcz when i checked the entry requirement for Leicester uni it didnt say do it over a 2-yr period, soooo confused right now lol
    It's usually in a separate section concerning resits


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    (Original post by champ_mc99)
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    I don't think it'll be a huge issue. They'll understand that schools have different policies.


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