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Not quite as good as I hoped but I got:
Eng lit/lang 5
Maths 7
Bio 6
Chem 6
Physics 6
Geography 5
French 7
Psychology 6
Food prep and nutrition 6 (written) 9 (coursework)

Also I am doing bio, chem and maths a level
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Also are there any unis that will accept these grades??
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Have a look at UCAS and whatuni - links below. Once you know your predictions for your a levels that will also help. Do you have any valuable work experience for your personal statement yet?

https://www.whatuni.com
https://www.ucas.com
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GCSE requirements for the UK vet schools:
Bristol - GCSE requirements not specified on website
Cambridge - GCSE requirements not specified on website
Edinburgh - GCSE requirements not specified on website
Glasgow - GCSE requirements not specified on website
Harper + Keele - All applicants must have a minimum of five GCSEs at grades at A/7 or above including: Science and Additional Science (or Biology and Chemistry). With at least a grade B/6 in: English Language, Mathematics, Physics (if taken as a separate GCSE)
Liverpool - minimum of seven GCSEs at grades AAABBBB or above, including Mathematics, English and Physics (either as a separate subject or as Dual Award Science) are required.
Nottingham - Minimum of five GCSEs at grade 7 (A) to include biology and chemistry (or double science or core science, additional science, further additional science) and one of physics or maths. Minimum of grade 6 (B) in English language and maths.
RVC - At least five GCSEs at grade 7 (A) including: 7-7 in Combined Science/AA in Science (Double Award) or Biology and Chemistry or Science and Additional Science. With at least a grade 6 (B) in: English Language, Mathematics, Physics (if taken as a separate GCSE)
Surrey - Five subjects at Grade A(7) including Chemistry, Biology, and Physics (or double science). English Language and Mathematics at Grade B(5).

Therefore there will likely be some vet schools you will be able to apply to with your grades, you just have to work out which ones. You can always email the universities admissions offices to check. x
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Just a quick note on Harper and Keele’s vet school, they are offering a foundation year. If you don’t quite have the grades to get in, you can do a foundation at Keele to bring them up, and if it’s for practical experience you’d spend it at Harper. It’s worth contacting uni’s and asking.
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You may also depending on your circumstances be eligible for the Veterinary Gateway programme at the RVC. The veterinary Gateway course is aimed at students who want to study veterinary medicine but who might not otherwise meet entry requirements. The programme integrates an additional preparatory year designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills you need to study veterinary medicine.
https://www.rvc.ac.uk/study/undergra...y#tab-overview
https://www.rvc.ac.uk/study/undergra...y-requirements
check out more details on the website and do email [email protected] if you have any questions - Good luck!
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