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    Hi, I moved in England last year and this year I'm doing level 2 applied science, GCSE maths and functional skills level 2 english. Next year I want to do biology, chemistry and physics A level because I want to do medicine in university. Can I do A levels with only one GCSE? Can I do three A levels and GCSE english next year?
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    (Original post by hogwarts99)
    Hi, I moved in England last year and this year I'm doing level 2 applied science, GCSE maths and functional skills level 2 english. Next year I want to do biology, chemistry and physics A level because I want to do medicine in university. Can I do A levels with only one GCSE? Can I do three A levels and GCSE english next year?
    I assume you must have the equivalent of GCSE's from your home country? If not you need to get them. Especially for medicine.

    You can sit your A levels, through joining a school or do them externally. There's plenty of places that offer these services.
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    If you don't have an equivalent qualification to GCSEs you should really spend a year getting them. Then do your A levels. Trust me another year would not be long in the grand scheme of things and it would be difficult to get into medicine without GCSE Science (double or triple) or the equivalent.
    Good Luck.
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