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If I want to study medicine in Canada, what's the better option: IB or A Level? Also what are the average grades required? Any help would be much appreciated!
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Look at the websites of Canadian universities - have you researched the North American higher education system?

Are you aware that medicine in North America is a post-graduate course, so you would have to take a North American bachelor's degree (4yrs) before applying to a North American medical school?

Both IB and A level are respected.
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