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    If you're going to apply to imperial college London to study medicine, and you meet the gcse requirements (AAABB in sciences maths and English language) will people who got higher than the requirements be at an advantage because i read on a website (whatdotheyknow.com) that if the minimum requirements are met, they are treated equally regardless of whether they got higher. Is this true?

    I'm also wondering this^
    is imperial considered a GCSE heavy uni? As in they want loads of A*'s?
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