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Is it feasible to get a place at a vet school after achieving poorly at GCSE?

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    not feasible.

    sorry to have wasted your time.


    I was 50/50 on this and radiography anyways.

    Peace, homie.

    definitely ring up vet school admissions. It's worth looking into Bristol's D108 gateway to vet med course, as I believe it has recently changed to having attended a school on their contextual offers list and being a UK resident as the main criteria, but also being aged 19 or over and being the first in your family to attend university (along with other criteria that I can't remember) are used to prioritise interviews and applicants.
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