I don't want this to be one of those 'Are my GCSEs good enough for medicine blah blah' posts but I have a question.
I'm in year 11 now so taking most GCSEs this year. Last year I did chemistry and biology GCSEs because that is how they do triple science at my school, meaning I only do physics this year.
Anyway, I managed to get an A (3 UMS off an A*) in chemistry. I know most unis don't specify that you need an A* in GCSE chemistry but I'm assuming that most applicants would have it. I am on track to be getting about 8A* (hopefully) in total so would it matter that one of the As is in chemisty as that is pretty much the most key subject. Will a good result in Alevel chem make up for this?
Medicine with an A in chemistry GCSE? watch
- Thread Starter
- 30-10-2017 21:10
- 30-10-2017 21:14
should be fine.