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    Manchester medical school states that applicants to medicine who hold the International Baccalaureate have to take "Chemistry, plus Biology, Physics or Mathematics, plus one further academic subject. Any sciences not offered at Higher Level (HL) must be taken at Standard Level (SL) or at GCSE; or a referee's statement confirming proficiency at intermediate level in one unexamined science subject is accepted" I'm not sure about the last statement, which says that any sciences not taken at HL must be taken at SL or GCSE. I'll be starting IB next year and for HL I chose Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics. The coordinator won't let us do more sciences than that. So for me, if I understood the website right, the issue is physics. I'm an EU citizen living outside of the UK, so GCSE or AS-level or A-level are not available to me. However, three weeks ago, I took the AP Physics 1 Exam. Is this a sufficient physics qualification for medicine at your university? Did I understand your requirements correctly? (Just a minor detail: I took AP Biology Exam as well two weeks ago)
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