Look nowadays, GCSE's don't even matter that much. Try out a test, called the UKCAT. Then, if you get an insanely high score, then apply, and repeat GCSE English, as they let you do that, and try and get a B. Unis like Queen Mary don't care much about GCSE's, as they have a cut-off score, and if you get higher than that score, you're guaranteed an interview provided you don't have a criminal record. Ace the interview, get the grades and as for the wrist phobia thing; I think you should seek professional help for that. Seriously.(Original post by paulbridger)
Yeahhh, and it was so easy ):
I did get a B in english lit, and I believe that is considered to be harder so they might take that into consideration..
Another thing is I have a phobia of wrists (underside of wrists) I really need to get over it if i want to be a doctor xD
who are introverts?