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Hello.
So I got my grades and I am predicted CCB.
I want to do medicine. I understand that as level is only 40% content whilst Y13 holds 60%. Do you think that if I get A*AA in my A levels then I will be able to go to the top universities in 2020 along with the others or would I still have to take a gap year because of my predicted grades.
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(Original post by PavanaG01)
Hello.
So I got my grades and I am predicted CCB.
I want to do medicine. I understand that as level is only 40% content whilst Y13 holds 60%. Do you think that if I get A*AA in my A levels then I will be able to go to the top universities in 2020 along with the others or would I still have to take a gap year because of my predicted grades.
(1) you'll be automatically rejected if you applied with BCC predicted grades

(2) there are no "top" or "bottom" med schools. All are GMC accredited and there is no advantage gained by going somewhere rather than another. For specialty interviews the interviewers do not know where you graduated from, nor will patients ask you.
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