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    By having a upper class degree (2:1) can one apply to Dentistry the undergraduate programme, but go in with average A-level rather than the typical AAA.
    As looking at the graduate route, 2 universities don't look at your A-levels only degree and UKCAT, score.

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    The question is, can a person with a 2:1 degree apply to Dentistry through the undergraduate route but for them not to consider A-levels just the degree and the UKCAT?

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    I think if you have a degree you have to apply for grad entry medicine. Uni websites will be able to confirm this and different unis may do it differently so check before you apply and apply strategically.
 
 
 
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