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    so i got
    bio- A
    chem-B
    RS-A
    Maths -B
    Are these results good enough for medicine, i know bio and chem dont count as they are notional linear alevels., im dropping maths. any advice please
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    (Original post by rehmanator)
    so i got
    bio- A
    chem-B
    RS-A
    Maths -B
    Are these results good enough for medicine, i know bio and chem dont count as they are notional linear alevels., im dropping maths. any advice please
    As long as you're predicted at least AAA and you apply wisely, they should be fine.*
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    The A level requirements for all the UK medical schools can be found here. As Usycool1 said, as long as you can get your teachers to predict you high enough (usually they're happy to predict one grade above what you got at AS) and choose carefully where you apply, those should be fine.

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    (Original post by rehmanator)
    so i got
    bio- A
    chem-B
    RS-A
    Maths -B
    Are these results good enough for medicine, i know bio and chem dont count as they are notional linear alevels., im dropping maths. any advice please
    Probably as long as you have good work experience
 
 
 
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