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    I got my gcse grades a couple of months ago- 10A*'s and 2B's in maths and numeracy. I've always struggled in maths and I was lucky to recieve those B's. But is 10A*'s and 2B''s better than 6A*'s and 6A's for example?? I want to do medicene and I'm worried that this will leave me disadvantaged.
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    (Original post by Anna191817)
    I got my gcse grades a couple of months ago- 10A*'s and 2B's in maths and numeracy. I've always struggled in maths and I was lucky to recieve those B's. But is 10A*'s and 2B''s better than 6A*'s and 6A's for example?? I want to do medicene and I'm worried that this will leave me disadvantaged.
    10 A* & 2B’s is definitely better & although maths is important Medicine is primarily science based so don’t worry
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    (Original post by VirgoStrain)
    You can always redo the maths and numeracy if you want, and definitely do it if you won’t do A-Level maths. Maths isn’t needed for medicine but it’s probably the best subject to have outside of the university requirements.
    So, if I didn't re-do it, my chances of getting into medical school would be slim?
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    Thats an amazing score well done! Definetly better ! And you'll find most medical universites look for a minimum of a B in maths at GCSE level so dont worry too much about it, and if you're worried about the competitiveness im sure your other grades will bump you up )
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    I got my gcse grades a couple of months ago- 10A*'s and 2B's in maths and numeracy. I've always struggled in maths and I was lucky to recieve those B's. But is 10A*'s and 2B''s better than 6A*'s and 6A's for example?? I want to do medicene and I'm worried that this will leave me disadvantaged.
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    (Original post by Anna191817)
    I got my gcse grades a couple of months ago- 10A*'s and 2B's in maths and numeracy. I've always struggled in maths and I was lucky to recieve those B's. But is 10A*'s and 2B''s better than 6A*'s and 6A's for example?? I want to do medicene and I'm worried that this will leave me disadvantaged.
    There should be no issue.
 
 
 
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