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I’m doing my GCSE’s currently in yr 12 right now. For a levels I want to take maths chemistry and biology. Would I have to go to university or would head a levels be enough?
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I’m doing my GCSE’s currently in yr 12 right now. For a levels I want to take maths chemistry and biology. Would I have to go to university or would head a levels be enough?
They say that their requirements are simply 5 GCSEs, and instead test you on your natural aptitude through their own tests and interviews. However, having just done the process, I don't think I would have been successful with just the life experience of college/sixth form. There weren't too many people under 21 that I came across in my application process, but that's not to say you wouldn't have a chance. If you pass the tests and have what they're looking for (my best guess is a calm head) then I doubt your age or qualifications is taken into account.
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They say that their requirements are simply 5 GCSEs, and instead test you on your natural aptitude through their own tests and interviews. However, having just done the process, I don't think I would have been successful with just the life experience of college/sixth form. There weren't too many people under 21 that I came across in my application process, but that's not to say you wouldn't have a chance. If you pass the tests and have what they're looking for (my best guess is a calm head) then I doubt your age or qualifications is taken into account.
Thankyou !! Do you hav any advice?
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