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    So i'm curretnly doing a-level chemistry , biology , and history with 6 gcses on me , my results were ABBBBCDE , can i still go to uni and do biomedicine or is there no chance even with good a-levels , help
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    anyone , plz ?
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    (Original post by Emerald777O)
    Of course you can
    i'm just worried , comparing everyone else in my class , be honest how much of a shot do i have here
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    You will be able to study Biomedical Sciences at uni with 6 GCSE's. Do you have A-C in English, Maths and Sciences?

    I graduated with a degree in Biomedical Sciences so if you need any advice, you can ask me!
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    Universities look more at A-Levels than GCSEs mostly. If you smash your A-Levels, then hopefully they won't mind. As long as you got Bs or above in English and Maths it'll be fine. Possibly a B in a science subject too.
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    (Original post by lalaland808)
    You will be able to study Biomedical Sciences at uni with 6 GCSE's. Do you have A-C in English, Maths and Sciences?

    I graduated with a degree in Biomedical Sciences so if you need any advice, you can ask me!
    yeh i got :

    maths : A

    science : BB

    english lang : C (most concerned about)

    i got a D in ict and a E in french , are these important
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    (Original post by DrawTheLine)
    Universities look more at A-Levels than GCSEs mostly. If you smash your A-Levels, then hopefully they won't mind. As long as you got Bs or above in English and Maths it'll be fine. Possibly a B in a science subject too.
    i got an A in maths , BB in science but a C in english (most frustrating because i was 3 away from a B , i sent for remark but it didnt change )
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    yeh i got :

    maths : A

    science : BB

    english lang : C (most concerned about)

    i got a D in ict and a E in french , are these important
    That's fine for Biomedical Sciences at most universities you just need to be predicted ABB-AAA predictions in your A-Levels and you can study in practically every uni.
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    (Original post by lalaland808)
    That's fine for Biomedical Sciences at most universities you just need to be predicted ABB-AAA predictions in your A-Levels and you can study in practically every uni.
    hm ok then , glad to know that i'm not screwed over yet , i've been working really hard on my a-levels from the start which has been proved successful by my teachers so far
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    hm ok then , glad to know that i'm not screwed over yet , i've been working really hard on my a-levels from the start which has been proved successful by my teachers so far
    That is really good news!
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    (Original post by lalaland808)
    That is really good news!
    thank you for the advice
 
 
 
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