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    i applied for med this year not at oxford although would have liked to. i've not got any offers mainly due to no interviews as my ps was crap no w/e etc. i've sorted this now have done loads and i'm fairly confident i should do better next time round in applyin but i don't know if i should oxf a bash nxt year. i'm on course for AAAA at a level and i think i would do v well at bmat but my gcse's are not v impressive, got A* 7A's 4C's c's aren't in related subjects but will they prevent me from gettin an interview or will a levels override them???
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    They don't really care about your GCSEs - go for it!
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    GCSEs can put you at a slight disadvantage, but it's definitely worth applying and you won't really be in a much worse position than anybody else. I think they care even less about GCSEs when you're applying after A level. But do make sure you produce a brilliant personal statement this time!
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    my school says that only consider oxbridge if you have all as or a*s, but then some people have got in without them, so i would say go for it. Though, i would have too high expectations as it will be even more competitive next year.
 
 
 
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