Online/Distance A-Level Courses for Medicine Watch

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Hello. I would like to apply for affiliated or graduate-entry medicine, ideally for 2021 entry. I have been informed by medical schools that my chemistry and physics courses at university would likely not be accepted in lieu of A-levels. I am also interested in A-level maths, as I scored a B in the international equivalent course that I took many moons ago in high school. My biology grade was the equivalent of an A/A*, my bachelor's and master's degrees are first-class, I have plenty of work experience, and I can justify "Why medicine?" and "Why now?", so my focus is fixing my A-level situation. I would greatly appreciate advice from any mature or graduate medical applicants who took online A-level courses! Thanks so much!
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Hello. I would like to apply for affiliated or graduate-entry medicine, ideally for 2021 entry. I have been informed by medical schools that my chemistry and physics courses at university would likely not be accepted in lieu of A-levels. I am also interested in A-level maths, as I scored a B in the international equivalent course that I took many moons ago in high school. My biology grade was the equivalent of an A/A*, my bachelor's and master's degrees are first-class, I have plenty of work experience, and I can justify "Why medicine?" and "Why now?", so my focus is fixing my A-level situation. I would greatly appreciate advice from any mature or graduate medical applicants who took online A-level courses! Thanks so much!
I should add that I have been researching Oxbridge, Oxford Learning College, Distance Learning Centre, LearnOnline (Pembrokeshire College), Cloudlearn, UK Open College, Wolsey Hall Oxford, and the National Extension College. I know the options - or most of them, anyway - so I'm looking for personal reviews of courses. I'm especially keen to know how difficult and expensive it is to privately book an exam spot, given that many of the online providers don't help with exam reservations. I'd also like to hear from people who did the chemistry practical endorsement via a distance-learning provider. Thanks!
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