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Will unis still be strict on the gcse requirements for some courses such as medicine or dentistry as we didn’t even take our gcses this year so will unis ignore our gcses and look at a levels or ?
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Will unis still be strict on the gcse requirements for some courses such as medicine or dentistry as we didn’t even take our gcses this year so will unis ignore our gcses and look at a levels or ?
They will look at ur gcses buy you often only need like a 5 or 6 to do good courses and if you get those A's on A levels you should be fine with whatever gcses you got🙂
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They will look at ur gcses buy you often only need like a 5 or 6 to do good courses and if you get those A's on A levels you should be fine with whatever gcses you got🙂
Okay cool thanks
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They will not waiver GCSE grades for something as competitive as Medicine or Dentistry - especially since you have the opportunity to retake them alongside your A levels to get the required grades.
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They will not waiver GCSE grades for something as competitive as Medicine or Dentistry - especially since you have the opportunity to retake them alongside your A levels to get the required grades.
Is it difficult to get an A in a level bio chem and psych?
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Overall this year's GCSE results were better than normal so there will be little incentive for them to reduce the entry requirements
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Is it difficult to get an A in a level bio chem and psych?
This is a pretty silly question isnt it.

"No its dead easy - A levels in STEM subjects are easier than GCSEs!'
"Everybody gets A grades!"
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This is a pretty silly question isnt it.

"No its dead easy - A levels in STEM subjects are easier than GCSEs!'
"Everybody gets A grades!"
Yes they do. I’m kidding but I wasn’t asking is it easy... Ofc it isn’t easy but some people end up getting the best grades and I just don’t know how they do it they make it look so easy
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Yes they do. I’m kidding but I wasn’t asking is it easy... Ofc it isn’t easy but some people end up getting the best grades and I just don’t know how they do it they make it look so easy
They work really hard is the answer. Lots of people look like swans on a lake seeming to glide along effortlessly but hidden from view they're paddling like mad.
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They work really hard is the answer. Lots of people look like swans on a lake seeming to glide along effortlessly but hidden from view they're paddling like mad.
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