Can I do foundation year in biomed even if I fail A levels? Watch

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A month ago, I received my As results and they were a bunch of D's. However I am planning to resit my As exam and do my A2 exam next year together.
If I do fail my A levels (just saying), can I still apply for biomedical science with foundation year even though I am an International student?
The subjects I do are biology, physics, chemistry and mathematics.
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(Original post by johnnyliu8)
A month ago, I received my As results and they were a bunch of D's. However I am planning to resit my As exam and do my A2 exam next year together.
If I do fail my A levels (just saying), can I still apply for biomedical science with foundation year even though I am an International student?
The subjects I do are biology, physics, chemistry and mathematics.
Even foundation courses have entry requirements. Apply if you think you can meet them.

You might also wish to reconsider whether A levels or the subject you hope to take at degree level is really for you.
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