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    Hi ,
    I have been looking into studying medicine at university, I have found there are a few which offer foundation courses and accept access courses however due to illness my GCSEs aren't great. i have some interviews for access courses and looked into voulenteering also.
    would it be worth studying some GCSEs at college as I have read on some that they do not accept re sits.
    Any advice in regards to acceptable qualifications would be appreciated including access courses and a levels.
    I will be 21 in the summer which is classed as a mature student at some of the
    University's.
    My current Qualifications are:
    GCSE English -C
    GCSE Maths - C (I took this in year 10 some university's state they don't accept early entry?)
    Gcse science & applied - C & D
    GCSE Dance - C
    NVQ Level 2&3 beauty therapy
    City and guilds level 3 travel and tourism.
    Thank you
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    A levels in Biology and/or Chemistry are a good start
 
 
 
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