Two years out: Would I be classed as a re-sit student?

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I'll be applying to study medicine, by the way.

I didn't apply to university in this cycle - i.e: the 2014 UCAS cycle - as I'm planning to take a gap year.

However, I don't intend to apply to university during my gap year, either. I was planning to take a year out, following sixth form, and then apply the year after. So, effectively, I'm taking two years out, but I'll be applying to medical school during the second year, i.e: the 2016 UCAS cycle.

Would I be counted as a resit student, even if I've already met the entry requirements? Will be getting classified as a rest student my chances?
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