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    I just got my GCSE results, I achieved 2 A's 6B's and 3C's. I believe I didn't try to even a fraction of my potential and didn't revise at all. I am determined to achieve high grades at A level. Is there anyway to apply for medicine if I get really good ALevels but have bad GCSE's.
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    I do not know if medical schools look at GCSEs
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    (Original post by IYGB)
    I do not know if medical schools look at GCSEs
    Thats what i was thinking then i was told by my college that some wouldnt even look at my application because of the gcse results. Which i don't know if its true or not.
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    (Original post by IYGB)
    I do not know if medical schools look at GCSEs
    That's what i was thinking then i was told by my college that some wouldnt even look at my application because of the gcse results. Which i don't know if its true or not.
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    (Original post by GCSE/ALEVEL)
    I just got my GCSE results, I achieved 2 A's 6B's and 3C's. I believe I didn't try to even a fraction of my potential and didn't revise at all. I am determined to achieve high grades at A level. Is there anyway to apply for medicine if I get really good ALevels but have bad GCSE's.
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    Thats what i was thinking then i was told by my college that some wouldnt even look at my application because of the gcse results. Which i don't know if its true or not.
    Med schools are one of very few courses that heavily rely on GCSE results, this link may help you with you're query: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/cont...e-requirements
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    (Original post by GCSE/ALEVEL)
    I just got my GCSE results, I achieved 2 A's 6B's and 3C's. I believe I didn't try to even a fraction of my potential and didn't revise at all. I am determined to achieve high grades at A level. Is there anyway to apply for medicine if I get really good ALevels but have bad GCSE's.
    Imperial say that they dont have a GCSE requirement for this course.

    http://www.imperial.ac.uk/study/ug/c...cine/medicine/

    However I do not know much
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    (Original post by GCSE/ALEVEL)
    I just got my GCSE results, I achieved 2 A's 6B's and 3C's. I believe I didn't try to even a fraction of my potential and didn't revise at all. I am determined to achieve high grades at A level. Is there anyway to apply for medicine if I get really good ALevels but have bad GCSE's.
    Most likely not. My mate got 5A's and didn't get accepted by anyone even though his A levels were amazing


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    (Original post by Accountingggo)
    Most likely not. My mate got 5A's and didn't get accepted by anyone even though his A levels were amazing


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    What did he get if you know? Also I might try to do medicine in Bulgaria where the requirements are lower.
 
 
 
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