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Missed my medicine offer by 1 grade - what to do now?

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    I got AAB in my A Levels and had both offers withdrawn (( I did have an extenuating circumstance for the B grade but unfortunately it was not severe enough to be taken into consideration by the universities so my conditions were not lowered. I'm on a gap year but I don't know what to do now in terms of re-applying. Should I retake by exams and hope I get an A this year or am I better off applying for a foundation year course (which I am eligible for)? Does anyone know which Med schools accept retakes after year 13 as I don't think many do...
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    (Original post by confusedspecimen)
    I got AAB in my A Levels and had both offers withdrawn (( I did have an extenuating circumstance for the B grade but unfortunately it was not severe enough to be taken into consideration by the universities so my conditions were not lowered. I'm on a gap year but I don't know what to do now in terms of re-applying. Should I retake by exams and hope I get an A this year or am I better off applying for a foundation year course (which I am eligible for)? Does anyone know which Med schools accept retakes after year 13 as I don't think many do...
    I'd just retake, personally. Saves a year and £9000/9250. It would be a lot easier, seeing as you'd only be focusing on one subject.
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    (Original post by GradeA*UnderA)
    I'd just retake, personally. Saves a year and £9000/9250. It would be a lot easier, seeing as you'd only be focusing on one subject.
    Do you know any unis that accept retakes after Year 13?
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    (Original post by confusedspecimen)
    Do you know any unis that accept retakes after Year 13?
    Exeter, Lancaster and BSMS to name a few.
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    (Original post by GradeA*UnderA)
    Exeter, Lancaster and BSMS to name a few.
    Thank you! I'll look into those
 
 
 
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