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    I'm 17 and I'm September will be in university. I'm wanting to do paramedic course in London. I need 5 gcse with science. I have 4 without no science but English and maths. What will happen?
    Should I do apprenticeship or university course.
    Advice please?
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    Try apply first, if you dont get accepted then do a science gcse and apply again
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    Generally as a Paramedic, you need an A In maths and English. Ask around, Look at London Ambulance Service website for research too.
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    (Original post by DSLEE7661)
    Generally as a Paramedic, you need an A In maths and English. Ask around, Look at London Ambulance Service website for research too.
    For GCSE, no you don't. Majority of unis accept C and above in maths, english and science, alongside either A levels/access course/btec etc.
 
 
 
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