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GSCE's: A*, 6A's,b,c


Maths: A*
Core Science: A
Additional Science: A
Spanish : A
Art: A
ICT: A
LLW: A
RE: B
English:C


AS's: 3A's, B


Chemistry: A
Biology: A
Maths: A
Art: B


Basically, I don't have the strongest GSCE profile. I spent the majority of the 2 years trying to keep up with GSCE art coursework and spent an insane amount of time training for rowing and swimming.


I feel like I have completely mucked up my chances for getting into the highly competitive University courses based on my GSCE profile and my B in Art AS.


Is it stupid to apply for such courses on ucas?
For example , would it be stupid to apply for Medicine?


Would I be wasting my choices? What 'Good Universities' would accept me based on my profile?

I've done work placements for physiotherapy , and I really enjoyed them. Is my profile good enough to get accepted for physiotherapy by a 'Good University'?


A detailed response would be much appreciated,
Thanks
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It's certainly good enough for physiotherapy but I think your C in English GCSE will be an issue for medicine unfortunately as they tend to prefer A*s in English, maths and science.


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