I have just finished my Pre-U chemistry exam today, and I'm expecting to receive a D3 (equivalent to A at A-level) or M1 (equivalent to A/B at A-level). I'm hoping to get the D3, but in worst case scenario it might ending up being M1. I want to avoid resitting chemistry as much as possible, so does anyone know any medical schools that'll accept M1 in chemistry, as long as other 2 subjects are A*/A? I've heard that Liverpool accepts an M1, but it would be helpful to know if any other universities do as well.
Why do people do it?