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    I got AAAB in my as'
    A-Chemistry
    A-Geography
    A- Religious Studies
    B- Biology
    I plan to drop RS for A2 and repeat a module of as biology that I got a d in so is it realistic to apply to medicine ????( Definitely will try for an a in biology)

    Also GCSEs are 4a* and 6as
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    When would you resit the module in biology? As universities are mainly looking at predicted grades and some are choosing not to look at AS altogether, would you consider getting at least an A prediction in A level biology to apply and sit all exams at the end of the year 13?


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    [QUOTE=ipanda99;67080998]When would you resit the module in biology? As universities are mainly looking at predicted grades and some are choosing not to look at AS altogether, would you consider getting at least an A prediction in A level biology to apply and sit all exams at the end of the year 13?

    I can only resit the biology module in June 2017, but I am hoping my predictions will be A*AA though!
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    Ah okay, I got a B in biology too so was wondering how about you would do it. Great results though, you should be fine.


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