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    Hey everyone , I was just wondering about applications to medical school , my GCSE's went pretty well compared to my friends and family
    English literature-A
    Core science-A
    Additional science-A
    English language-B

    I'm really happy with those however because I'm considering medical school the B in English language really worries me , I got an A in the mock but B in the final thing but I simply should have worked harder . I was just wondering if I were to get 3 A's including Chem bio and physics at A2 and maths at B/A at As level would my application be strong enough , or if I got rejected the first time would you guys reccomend going for a degree in biomedical science and if so would that take pressure off of my GCSE results not being all A*'s like many applicants have and so I would have a decent shot at getting in , thankyou

    Side note: I'm also looking into pharmacy , and biochemistry as they interest me also.
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