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    i got bad gcse results (mainly C's) but got d/d in science. i am redoing science this year (although its a single award) then next year i am doing an access course in science. I got 3 as levels this year in completely non science subjects, i got a BBD but science is def my strong subject (im going to repeat some modules in january though to up my grades) - bad gcses because moved half way through them and i just didnt see the importance at that age. im 19 now (i took 2 years out before college as wasnt sure what i wanted to do because i couldnt do science subjects) but anyway...

    I am planning on doing dietetics after the science access course - if say i got a 1st or 2i would i have a chance of getting into medical school?

    the same chance as everyone else! - to have a better chance, you will need science A levels (as you can then apply to non-GEP 5 year courses too)
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