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    OK , So here is my story , I always was a decent student in all my student life . I passed my IGCSE with '4 A*' and '4 A' ...

    But just after when I started my 'A level . I lost all my interest in study . I did lots of stuff that I'm ashamed of and Dont want to talk about . did really worst result in my 'As' exam .

    Anyway I'm trying to get back in study Now . I decided I will take Maths ,Chemistry , and biology .

    Now, what I want to know is , Will anyone please inform me what's minimum grade required in A level to be able to admit in Any decent Medical college or for chemist degree In uk ? And please give me tips on how to at least pass the A level with good grade , I really feel so hopeless Nowadays :no:
    Thanks in advance
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    For medicine, anything below AAA is not good enough regardless of where it is.
    For chemistry, it depends on the university. ABB+ minimum to get into a decent one though.
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    If you aren't confident enough move to foundation course relevant to the degree you want.:yep:

    That's good. Or some uni's I think ask minimum CCC for degree
 
 
 
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