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    I got A*A*AABBBBCCC at GCSE, A* in English language, and English literature, B's in my two science and a C in maths (still heartbroken I was 1 mark off a B but its a C regardless) and now I'm studying Economics, English Literature and Geography at a level, predicted AAB respectively. Anyone know any foundation degree programmes that will take me on with these grades or will I have to do a post graduate degree in medicine? . Anyone with similar grades got onto medicine without having to do the aforementioned degree?
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    (Original post by limellow)
    I got A*A*AABBBBCCC at GCSE, A* in English language, and English literature, B's in my two science and a C in maths (still heartbroken I was 1 mark off a B but its a C regardless) and now I'm studying Economics, English Literature and Geography at a level, predicted AAB respectively. Anyone know any foundation degree programmes that will take me on with these grades or will I have to do a post graduate degree in medicine? . Anyone with similar grades got onto medicine without having to do the aforementioned degree?
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    you're not even doing 1 science at a level? you need chemistry a level minimum to do foundation medicine and why are you even doing medicine? are you pressured by your parents or something
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    the greatest issue you face is that you hve no level 3 Science award ...
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    (Original post by samantham999)
    you're not even doing 1 science at a level? you need chemistry a level minimum to do foundation medicine and why are you even doing medicine? are you pressured by your parents or something
    No not really pressured by my parents, i want to do it. The degree I wanted to do previously is just not as employable, And I was asking because I found the Manchester foundation degree and it specifically asks for no science subjects at a level and if you do have some it wants no more than 1. But you need a B in maths which I dont have so I was just wondering if anyone knows other foundation programmes that meet my grades.
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    (Original post by limellow)
    No not really pressured by my parents, i want to do it. The degree I wanted to do previously is just not as employable, And I was asking because I found the Manchester foundation degree and it specifically asks for no science subjects at a level and if you do have some it wants no more than 1. But you need a B in maths which I dont have so I was just wondering if anyone knows other foundation programmes that meet my grades.
    retake maths gcse this november ? and then apply and okay cool, your interest in medicine just seems to have sprung from somewhere random but we all have our reasons so go for it
 
 
 
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