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    I have been rejected from all of my Universities for 2 years in a row, all in Scotland (2 post-interview, 2 pre-interview) for Medicine. I am thinking of applying in England next year.

    I have got AAAAA (Biology, Chemistry, Maths, English and Modern Studies) in my highers and ABB (Chemistry, Maths, Biology) in my advanced highers.

    Which Universities outside Scotland would i be able to apply to with these grades? I know most universities want AAA or AAB in advanced higher but there must a few out there who just look at my highers.

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    What subject are you looking into?


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    (Original post by kdranginis)
    What subject are you looking into?


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    thats a good point. For medicine, ive edited it
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    (Original post by matthew1994)
    I have been rejected from all of my Universities for 2 years in a row, all in Scotland (2 post-interview, 2 pre-interview) for Medicine. I am thinking of applying in England next year.

    I have got AAAAA (Biology, Chemistry, Maths, English and Modern Studies) in my highers and ABB (Chemistry, Maths, Biology) in my advanced highers.

    Which Universities outside Scotland would i be able to apply to with these grades? I know most universities want AAA or AAB in advanced higher but there must a few out there who just look at my highers.

    Thanks
    Have you seen our Medical School Entry Requirements for Scottish Students page on the wiki? It lists the Higher and AH requirements for most schools. It's not completely up to date but should be a good starting point for you.

    From a brief glance, it looks like Durham, Keele, Newcastle, Peninsula (which no longer exists - check out the requirements for Exeter and Plymouth medical schools separately in case they have changed since the split), Sheffield and Southampton would be worth looking into.
 
 
 
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