Foundation After GCSE (Secondary School Certificate) From Bangladesh Watch

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What have you been doing with your time for the past 3 years?

Presumably if you've completed GCSE equivalent and then had a gap, you must be about 19 now?

If you've not done any A-level equivalent education, then this would seem a sensible first step. In order to keep the most options open, it would be sensible to take A-levels in chemistry, biology, and one other subject.

An alternative to A-level qualifications, might be an Access to Medicine course, but you normally can't do this until you're 21+, and you are usually very limited in the universities you can apply to if you do this.

You won't be able to apply for a medicine foundation programme without A-level equivalent qualifications. Foundation programmes are designed either for those with the right grades but wrong subjects (eg Arts A-levels) - or right subjects but lower grades, but meeting some widening participation criteria.
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