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    (Original post by okey)
    Could an AS level in creative writing taken in year 11 that came out as a B or C jeopardise an offer for medicine at any university if the four a levels to be taken in year 13 are predicted A*s?
    In all likelihood, no. Contact the universities you're thinking of applying to if you want to be completely sure.

    Would it even have to be declared?
    If it was certificated, then yes, it would have to be declared. You have to declare all the qualifications you hold.
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    I doubt it, but could depend on the university. My friend did critical thinking in year 11, getting a C, and got into med school fine, and several friends (including myself) took critical thinking in lower sixth as a 5th AS, and didn't make any difference
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    Most universities don't count it whether it's good or bad. So you'll be fine.


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