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    Will any UK medical schools consider applicants with only single or foundation level science at GCSE if the applicant achieves As in both chemistry and biology at A Level?
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    No you need double award minimum
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    (Original post by Atemukay)
    Yes, but doing triple will help you and also it looks upon more favoured than double award

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    I understand this, but unfortunately I have already completed my GCSEs and had no ambitions to enter medicine at the time of selecting them. I do not even have double award science - mine is a single award which incorporates biology, chemistry and physics at a very basic level. Will this be acceptable to medical schools?
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    I understand this, but unfortunately I have already completed my GCSEs and had no ambitions to enter medicine at the time of selecting them. I do not even have double award science - mine is a single award which incorporates biology, chemistry and physics at a very basic level. Will this be acceptable to medical schools?
    You will have to contact them individually to check. Most of them specify double award in their requirements, but it can't hurt to ask.
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    (Original post by Helenia)
    You will have to contact them individually to check. Most of them specify double award in their requirements, but it can't hurt to ask.
    Thank you for the response! In the event that they do not accept single award science, do you happen to know which (if any) medical schools accept GCSE resits and/or GCSEs sat after years 10 and 11?
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    (Original post by la95)
    Thank you for the response! In the event that they do not accept single award science, do you happen to know which (if any) medical schools accept GCSE resits and/or GCSEs sat after years 10 and 11?
    Not off the top of my head, but it's another question you can ask when you contact them.
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    (Original post by Helenia)
    Not off the top of my head, but it's another question you can ask when you contact them.
    Okay, thank you!
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    (Original post by la95)
    Will any UK medical schools consider applicants with only single or foundation level science at GCSE if the applicant achieves As in both chemistry and biology at A Level?
    If you do graduate entry, most Medical schools openly say they don't look at A-Levels and GCSEs at all. They don't give a crap.

    Unless you do it through ICS Learn or something
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    (Original post by la95)
    Will any UK medical schools consider applicants with only single or foundation level science at GCSE if the applicant achieves As in both chemistry and biology at A Level?
    A guy from my college got in with something like this. His secondary school just put him in foundation courses at GCSE, but at A Level he got the required grades for medicine. Then the college contacted his chosen uni's explaining his situation. He did gain like full marks/near marks his in GCSE foundation courses tho, so it showed he was way better then what his secondary school thought he was.
 
 
 
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