Can I do Medicine with predicted grades of BBB?

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I want to do medicine.
The uni I would like to do it in requires a minimum of AAA predicted grades.
My UCAS exams are in one month and they will give the final predicted grades.
My current predicted grades are BBB-B (A-level - AS)

My GCSE grades were :
9 - English Literature
8 - English Language
7 - Maths
C - Core Science
A - Additional Science
A - Business Studies
B - History
B - French
C - ICT

Do I have enough time to get up to A grades or should I give up now?
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What would you say caused your C in core science?
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What would you say caused your C in core science?
Oh its because I joined a new school and I missed the coursework for the Core Science GCSE. I would have got an A if it wasn't for that.
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(Original post by HZ.CEO)
I want to do medicine.
The uni I would like to do it in requires a minimum of AAA predicted grades.
My UCAS exams are in one month and they will give the final predicted grades.
My current predicted grades are BBB-B (A-level - AS)

My GCSE grades were :
9 - English Literature
8 - English Language
7 - Maths
C - Core Science
A - Additional Science
A - Business Studies
B - History
B - French
C - ICT

Do I have enough time to get up to A grades or should I give up now?
Moved to the Medicine forum, and no BBB predictions will not be sufficient. One option would be to apply with grades achieved (ie at least AAA) in a gap year.

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