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    I am international student. I did my AS exam last year (june 2016). But I didnt do biology. So as told I need biology and other two subjects with the same sitting at the same time to write the registration exam for medecine. So as its too late to do whole biology Alevel, I thought of doing AS biology now this june (june 2017). And do my whole A2 next june (june 2018). Is it possible to do that? Will there be any changes in my Alevel results? Will I be getting all my final results together?
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    (Original post by Madushan03)
    I am international student. I did my AS exam last year (june 2016). But I didnt do biology. So as told I need biology and other two subjects with the same sitting at the same time to write the registration exam for medecine. So as its too late to do whole biology Alevel, I thought of doing AS biology now this june (june 2017). And do my whole A2 next june (june 2018). Is it possible to do that? Will there be any changes in my Alevel results? Will I be getting all my final results together?
    Have you already applied for medicine this year?

    What are your other A-levels?

    Some universities don't require Biology for Medicine.

    https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/con...el-requirement
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    In my country the board requires you to have biology even though the university doesnt require biology. So I wanna know whether I can do the things I mentioned above. And also will there be any problems doing so like the ones I mentioned before?
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    (Original post by Madushan03)
    In my country the board requires you to have biology even though the university doesnt require biology. So I wanna know whether I can do the things I mentioned above. And also will there be any problems doing so like the ones I mentioned before?
    There may be issues with taking 3 years to do the necessary A-levels. You will have to check direct with any specific universities you are interested in.

    You don't need to take the AS exam this year, just the full A-level next year.

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    There may be issues with taking 3 years to do the necessary A-levels. You will have to check direct with any specific universities you are interested in.

    You don't need to take the AS exam this year, just the full A-level next year.

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    Sorry but I don't get what you mean
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    (Original post by Madushan03)
    Sorry but I don't get what you mean
    Many universities prefer or even require applicants* to have completed their A-levels within the standard 2 years. It may disadvantage you to take 3 years to do something that others have done in 2.

    *Especially for a very competitive course like Medicine.
 
 
 
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