If you have B/C in Maths&English Language GCSE&then Three good A-Levels.

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Will this be just good enough? Will Uni's/Employers care that you don't have 10+ gcse's

I'm not saying GCSE's are rubbish,etc i'm jw how important they really are...
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Unis normally require 5 GCSE's from A*-C including maths and english. As long as you have that and some good A-Levels you should be fine. Depends on which unis you want to go to though.

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Unis normally require 5 GCSE's from A*-C including maths and english. As long as you have that and some good A-Levels you should be fine. Depends on which unis you want to go to though.

Good luck

What about if you had three good Science A-Levels and then no science gcse's
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What about if you had three good Science A-Levels and then no science gcse's
I'm not 100% sure. I am pretty sure science is included in the 5 GCSEs needed.

Getting good A-Level science grades without any science GCSEs is impressive though.

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5 A*-C at GCSE is generally required alongside A-levels, but I have a feeling you might be okay because you were homeschooled (that is you I'm thinking of, correct?). I would contact some universities tbh, and see what they say.
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What about if you had three good Science A-Levels and then no science gcse's
Medicine need good GCSEs and A levels.
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5 A*-C at GCSE is generally required alongside A-levels, but I have a feeling you might be okay because you were homeschooled (that is you I'm thinking of, correct?). I would contact some universities tbh, and see what they say.


Yes! Ahaha


Yeah i'm not really thinking of doing this tbh, I want to do Biology,Chemistry&Psychology mainly.. the Psychology A-Level isn't bad its just the Science ones.... Doing Science at home is going to be tough haha.....
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Medicine need good GCSEs and A levels.


I'm looking at Biological Sciences, Human Biology or Sport Science
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I'm looking at Biological Sciences, Human Biology or Sport Science
Then you are fine.
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