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    I'm currently studying the level 3 extended diploma in health science, and am predicted the highest grades, but I don't think this is going to get me into a foundation year for medicine. I was thinking about self studying A level biology, maybe just AS, but possibly the whole A level, would this bode well for me? Is it possible that if I self study biology and chemistry and have DDD in my health science course that I could get into a 5 year medicine degree without the foundation year??

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    You need to ask the universities you want to apply to if that will be enough, nobody here can tell you. But I think self-studying an A level would be a very good idea. There are some wannabe medics in this thread who are doing the same thing: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3973093
 
 
 
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