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    I wanted to study medicine at the start of the year but during the course of the year I decided I wanted to study Maths and stats but im not sure about my predicted grades.
    my AS grades were okay I guess ABBC(Maths,Biology,Chem&Physics) and I plan on dropping the B in biology and keeping the C in physics solely because I enjoy it more.
    most Good unis ask for AAA do you think I would be able to get those predicted grades from my as grades or should I lower my expectations???
    also i'm considering asking my school if its possible to pick up an as in F. Maths would this help my case????
    oh and also would it hep if I did STEP/MAT/AEA????
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    If you tell your teachers the situation then if they are reasonable you should be able them to predict you three As
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    (Original post by mahatma ghandi)
    If you tell your teachers the situation then if they are reasonable you should be able them to predict you three As
    really thank you i'll try that
    because of of my teachers were debating ABC ???
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    (Original post by bluesmartpants)
    I wanted to study medicine at the start of the year but during the course of the year I decided I wanted to study Maths and stats but im not sure about my predicted grades.
    my AS grades were okay I guess ABBC(Maths,Biology,Chem&Physics) and I plan on dropping the B in biology and keeping the C in physics solely because I enjoy it more.
    most Good unis ask for AAA do you think I would be able to get those predicted grades from my as grades or should I lower my expectations???
    also i'm considering asking my school if its possible to pick up an as in F. Maths would this help my case????
    oh and also would it hep if I did STEP/MAT/AEA????
    I think it would be a bit of a push to get them to predict an A in physics- since you got a C at AS. With the others though, predicting a grade higher than what you got at AS is reasonable. Id talk to them about it and explain and they should be reasonable and willing.
    It might be worth considering keeping biology rather than physics seeing as you got a better grade in it and going by what you got at AS level, you would be more likely to get the A grade you need to get into uni in biology. Its entirely up to you though.
    Doing further maths is a good idea. Id certainly look into it and see if its possible.
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    what were your UMS in the subjects? are you going to be resitting the C or just try going from a C to an A? if you are planning on resitting and were expecting higher than a C from your work all year they may predict you that A in Physics for those reasons. The A and the B should be pretty simple to get predicted A's proven you can work in them!
 
 
 
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