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    I got rubbish gcse grades (2As , 4Bs , 3Cs) and I got into college but my pastrol manager forced me to not pick chemistry so I ended up with computer science , statistics and biology.
    After realising my dream was to do medicine , what can I do ??? Please help
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    UEA don't require chemistry, but you need 6 A's at GCSE. Essentially, you don't really have any options if you stay with those A-levels. If you're desperate to study medicine you can discuss with your college to see if you'd be able to study chemistry, potentially adding another year onto your studies, although most (if not all) medical schools require that you take your A-levels within 2 years. There is also the graduate route.

    http://www.medschools.ac.uk/SiteColl...al-schools.pdf
 
 
 
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