I'm currently in uni in france studying biology but I want to study medicine in the UK. But my problem is that I may have the equivalent of a* in physics, Maths and chemistry and in france we do not choose are subjects so I have subjects where I didn't do as well and universities are basing my admission on my overall grade which is 14,26 so basically AAB.
Now, I know that isn't enough for Medecine in the UK so I wanted to take my a levels in June but I won't even get a conditional offer with these grades so now I'm focusing on 2018 entry. Would it then be wiser to take gcses this year and then a levels next year to then be on the same track as somebody who is currently in college or should I just take all my a levels this June and give that to school when I apply next year ?
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