You could ring around and speak to admissions but it's almost definitely too late for your application to be considered equally. I think your school are naïve to let a student apply with BBB predicted grades apply for medicine, it's likely their application won't be looked at further as all the admissions policies I've read have said you must meet the minimum entry requirements and then your statement, gcse's, UKCAT etc is scored. Also; in your case, if you were going to apply with ABB predicted grades to standard A100 medicine, with no widening participation scheme, I think you'd only be disappointed, the competition is immense, there's no other word. ANY work experience is relevant if you can show what you've learnt and link that to a medical career and why you want to start the journey. I'd say take a gap year, and try and achieve AAA - you'll be in a much better position next year.
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