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    These are my GCSE Results

    Physics - A*
    Biology- A
    Chemistry-A
    ICT-A
    Geography-A
    Methods in mathematics-A
    Applications of mathematics-A
    English literature-A
    English language-B
    Spanish-B
    Art-B

    1A* 7A's 3B's
    I am going to study maths physics biology and chemistry at A level
    Do you think these results will allow me to study medicine?
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    have a gander at this http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/cont...e-requirements
    you may be pushing your luck at GCSE heavy places like Birmingham or Oxford but with good A levles and solid UKCAT/BMAT lots of other places are open to you.
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    (Original post by Herodotapede)
    have a gander at this http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/cont...e-requirements
    you may be pushing your luck at GCSE heavy places like Birmingham or Oxford but with good A levles and solid UKCAT/BMAT lots of other places are open to you.
    Really? Most entry requirements say 6 grades at A grade, so I thought I'd be alright' and which 3 subjects would be best to continue a A2


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    Bham wants A* in a fair few subjects and even if you meet entry requirements it doesn't guarantee an interview due to all the competition but as I said its all about applying to your strengths.
    Chem fo sho at A2 and probably biog as well, personal preference on whether you keep physics or maths.
 
 
 
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