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    Hey guys,

    I am about 35 days away from doing my GCSE mocks, my predicted grades will be calculated from these and will go to my college. I believe the grades I will be predicted for my subjects are:

    Maths:A
    English Lit:B
    English Lang:B
    Biology:A*
    Physics:A*
    Chemistry:A*
    RE:B
    History:A
    Geography:A
    Computer Science:B
    Psychology:A

    Are these grades compatible with my future aspiration of joining a good college and going into a medical profession.

    I know this may be going off topic, however it seems relevant to ask, does anyone have any revision techniques or any knowledge on how I should create a revision time table.

    Thanks.
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    Hey guys,

    I am about 35 days away from doing my GCSE mocks, my predicted grades will be calculated from these and will go to my college. I believe the grades I will be predicted for my subjects are:

    Maths:A
    English Lit:B
    English Lang:B
    Biology:A*
    Physics:A*
    Chemistry:A*
    RE:B
    History:A
    Geography:A
    Computer Science:B
    Psychology:A

    Are these grades compatible with my future aspiration of joining a good college and going into a medical profession.

    I know this may be going off topic, however it seems relevant to ask, does anyone have any revision techniques or any knowledge on how I should create a revision time table.

    Thanks.
    Should be fine for Medicine but you'll need to avoid applying to GCSE-heavy Med Schools (e.g. Oxford). Have a look here: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/cont...e-requirements
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    Thank you for you reply, would Cambridge be considered a heavy med school? Also, if I did exceptionally well, lets say all A's or A* for A levels, would that compensate for my lack of academic in GCSE? How much priority do A levels take?

    Thanks
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