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    my january grades were AABB.

    A maths
    A biology
    B chemistry
    B physics

    do you think i may still have a chance?
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    (Original post by Jack7Richards)
    yes
    but how??
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    (Original post by humairaa)
    but how??
    Because your grades meet the requirements of some medical schools
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    No. Give up now, you fractured hedgehog.
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    No. Give up now, you fractured hedgehog.
    why u fractured hedgehog??
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    (Original post by humairaa)
    my january grades were AABB.

    A maths
    A biology
    B chemistry
    B physics

    do you think i may still have a chance?
    Resit modules and get them up to A's. Especially chemistry. I've not come across a med school that doesn't want chem at A. Except maybe Peninsula but I could be wrong.
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    Get them up to AAA. The vast majority of med schools now require AAA, with more and more turning from AAB to AAA every year.

    This is a perfect example of why you should only take 3 A-Levels and no more!

    e: Just checked. Only 3 medical schools will now accept AAB - and I'd wager that they will start asking for AAA from 2012/2013 entry. There's also BSMS, who will accept A*AB (i.e. same UCAS points as AAA).
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    (Original post by Beska)
    For medicine:

    Get them up to AAA. The vast majority of med schools now require AAA, with more and more turning from AAB to AAA every year.

    This is a perfect example of why you should only take 3 A-Levels and no more!
    don't set them off....
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    don't set them off....
    AABB shows he's rounded and medical schools appreciate the extra work and it's worth lots and differentiates him from all the people who only get AAA and and and and
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    Get over 700 in your UKCAT and with AAAB at AS, you'll be in a great position.
 
 
 
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