Got a 5 in english language, can I not to dentistry in England

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The rest of my grades r good as u will see on my profile
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If you meet the requirements that your uni has for A levels then you can do the course.
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If you meet the requirements that your uni has for A levels then you can do the course.
so GCSE's dont matter?
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Yes you can apply with a 5. So many universities need a 6 but some of them will be fine with a 5. You should check the entry requirements of dentistry on each university’s website.
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TensorTympani Dr..D just checked all their websites and I can only apply to: Leeds, sheffield, newcastle, bristol, glasgow and plymouth



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so GCSE's dont matter?
They only effect your application for Sixth Form or college.
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They only effect your application Sixth Form or college.
wow how do you know all this?
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If a 5 is a C at GCSE, then it is fine. You will get accepted if they like your application. And get the grades.
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TensorTympani Dr..D just checked all their websites and I can only apply to: Leeds, sheffield, newcastle, bristol, glasgow and plymouth



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U can also retake ur English language GCSE exam again in next November or something and so u can apply with a predicted grade in gcse English and they will still consider you
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If a 5 is a C at GCSE, then it is fine. You will get accepted if they like your application. And get the grades.
thanks my personal statement will be very good because I do a lot
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U can also retake ur English language GCSE exam again in next November or something and so u can apply with a predicted grade in gcse English and they will still consider you
dont want to resit and they dont value it and they ask why u resat
english just isnt my thing
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They only effect your application Sixth Form or college.
completely disagree with this. depends on the course. dentistry is very competitive. yes some unis will be more lenient, but GCSE are important when applying to uni courses, definitely.
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completely disagree with this. depends on the course. dentistry is very competitive. yes some unis will be more lenient, but GCSE are important when applying to uni courses, definitely.
True, I have very good gcse’s, it’s just English lang which is a subject completely different to dentistry so why do they even care. U can see my grades on my profile
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True, I have very good gcse’s, it’s just English lang which is a subject completely different to dentistry so why do they even care. U can see my grades on my profile
do lots of experience, get great a level grades, and you should be fine when applying. Ring or email the unis to be safe tho
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do lots of experience, get great a level grades, and you should be fine when applying. Ring or email the unis to be safe tho
just called Leeds they said would be fine for this year but next year isn't confirmed like it could change
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just called Leeds they said would be fine for this year but next year isn't confirmed like it could change
honest advice,
grades make up a lot of the medicine and dentistry applications since it's so competitive. this year focus on you content, get good grades and good predictions
closer to application ring up , like September, but do research of where you'd like to go in summer.
don't worry so much just yet x
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honest advice,
grades make up a lot of the medicine and dentistry applications since it's so competitive. this year focus on you content, get good grades and good predictions
closer to application ring up , like September, but do research of where you'd like to go in summer.
don't worry so much just yet x
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