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Hello,

I have just graduated from my masters in tropical disease biology and am considering applying for a medicine course at Uni of Liverpool. However my A-level results do not meet their minimum requirements. From what I have heard the specification for AQA biology and chemistry has changed since I did them 5 years ago. Would it be possible to resit some of the units within these old courses instead of repeating the whole A-level? I did okay in the coursework and some of the AS units but did really poorly in the A2 exams.

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Sorry you've not had any responses about this. Are you sure you've posted in the right place? Here's a link to our subject forum which should help get you more responses if you post there.


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Your last chance to re-sit is next Summer. You can re-sit as many or as few units of the A level as you want.
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Just seen on the AQA website that they are doing it one last time which is such a relief, really didn't want to go through college all over again. Hopefully I've learnt from my mistakes 5 years ago and do well next summer.

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