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    Hi,
    So at the moment I am predicted:
    Geog- A*
    Math- A*
    Spanish- A*
    Eng Lit- A
    Eng Lang- A
    Core Science- A*
    Additional Science- A*
    Art- B
    Drama- A
    Can I be a vet??????

    (I am hoping to get my art to an A)
    This was the maximum number of GCSE'S I could have taken but other forums soy that to be a vet I need 9A* which would be all of them this isn't possible for me now as my art and drama coursework are not at this standard.
    Therefore I would really like to get an A* in my english exams. Does anyone have any tips I am doing the relationship cluster and OMAM and the Crucible.
    Thanks
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    (Original post by Mizz.Unicorn)
    Hi,
    So at the moment I am predicted:
    Geog- A*
    Math- A*
    Spanish- A*
    Eng Lit- A
    Eng Lang- A
    Core Science- A*
    Additional Science- A*
    Art- B
    Drama- A
    Can I be a vet??????

    (I am hoping to get my art to an A)
    This was the maximum number of GCSE'S I could have taken but other forums soy that to be a vet I need 9A* which would be all of them this isn't possible for me now as my art and drama coursework are not at this standard.
    Therefore I would really like to get an A* in my english exams. Does anyone have any tips I am doing the relationship cluster and OMAM and the Crucible.
    Thanks
    Whoever told you that is incorrect, in order to do vet med you need AT least As in maths, science and English. You may need more A* for specific universities but you would have to check the websites of each individual vet school. Academically, you are well on track to being a vet but I would advise you start work experience after your exams if you haven't already done so
 
 
 

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