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    Im in international student who wants to study medicine in the UK. Im currently in A2 and my As results weren't great; all Cs. Im resitting my Chemistry paper. I would really appreciate it if anyone could tell me which universities i should apply for because i really wish to study medicine in UK. MY GCSEs were 6As an A* and one B
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    Firstly you'll need AAA predictions minimum to have a chance, anything less and you will be rejected. Also you will need to take either the UKCAT or BMAT and write a personal statement. Unless you have done this then applying for 2017 entry is probably a bit of a long shot, but you could always apply with your achieved A2s, provided you get AAA, for 2018 entry
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    (Original post by HopelessMedic)
    Firstly you'll need AAA predictions minimum to have a chance, anything less and you will be rejected. Also you will need to take either the UKCAT or BMAT and write a personal statement. Unless you have done this then applying for 2017 entry is probably a bit of a long shot, but you could always apply with your achieved A2s, provided you get AAA, for 2018 entry
    Could i know of some universities that don't entirely depend on grades? Like if they consider our applications even if we dont meet the grade requirement if our application is strong enough?
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    (Original post by Leenz3)
    Could i know of some universities that don't entirely depend on grades? Like if they consider our applications even if we dont meet the grade requirement if our application is strong enough?
    You have to meet the grade requirements, if you don't then your application will be rejected alongside the thousands of others
 
 
 
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