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    Are these grades okay?

    History - A
    Geography - A
    Business - Distinction*
    Health and Social - Distinction
    English Language - 6
    English Literature - 7
    Science Core - A
    Science Additional - B
    Maths - 7

    Do you think doing A Levels is worth it? I feel so bad for getting these grades :/ I want to do Law or Pharmacy, let’s say I get three A*s in A Level, could I have a chance in applying for medicine? (History , Biology and Chemistry)
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    (Original post by Sebastian1299)
    Are these grades okay?

    History - A
    Geography - A
    Business - Distinction*
    Health and Social - Distinction
    English Language - 6
    English Literature - 7
    Science Core - A
    Science Additional - B
    Maths - 7

    Do you think doing A Levels is worth it? I feel so bad for getting these grades :/ I want to do Law or Pharmacy, let’s say I get three A*s in A Level, could I have a chance in applying for medicine? (History , Biology and Chemistry)
    yes you definitely have a chance just pick 2 sciences at a level id recommend chemistry and biology as most universities ask for those and u can pick a third subject of ur own choice getting A*AA would get you into a good university
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    (Original post by Sebastian1299)
    Are these grades okay?

    History - A
    Geography - A
    Business - Distinction*
    Health and Social - Distinction
    English Language - 6
    English Literature - 7
    Science Core - A
    Science Additional - B
    Maths - 7

    Do you think doing A Levels is worth it? I feel so bad for getting these grades :/ I want to do Law or Pharmacy, let’s say I get three A*s in A Level, could I have a chance in applying for medicine? (History , Biology and Chemistry)
    I'm sorry but I don't know what distinctions are in terms of grades (I'm assuming they are good here though), but you have an above average, solid set of GCSE results; and let me tell you, it is always better to try to further your education rather than give up.
    Its been a struggle with me because I've been suffering with depression since the end of my GCSE exams, and my results didn't help. At the moment I feel like a disappointment, so i can relate to how you feel; which is where this advice comes in, my mum said this to me (she's a teacher): "students who at least try and fail A levels are respected more than those who quit". Definitely do A levels, and at least apply for medicine, if you don't get in, I guess its not the end of the world, even though it wont help with your confidence. But you're more likely to get a job with 3D's at A level then getting one with any amount of A*'s at GCSE. It shows you've at least furthered your knowledge, and firms respect that...
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    Pharmacy easy just do chemistry at least and maybe biology. Pharmacy isn't as stressful as medicine or as long or as competitive. You can actually have a life outside work.
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