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    Are there any medical schools which won't accept if I retake a module (FP1) in Year 13?
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    (Original post by SGHD26716)
    Are there any medical schools which won't accept if I retake a module (FP1) in Year 13?
    Not that I can think of. But when applying since most students haven't decided fully on retaking the universities don't know. As long as it's only a module. Some say only one module per subject or only resits in one subject.


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    So long as you complete all of your a levels for your offer within 2 years then it's fine

    Most med schools don't view further maths as separate from maths though, so it may not contribute to your offer anyway
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    The only university which doesn't like too many AS retakes is Cambridge but as far as I'm aware if you're just resitting the 1 exam it's fine
 
 
 
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