Medicine without A-level biologyWatch
My intentions are to take a gap year then reapply to university to do medicine and I could study AS biology in my gap year, but I don't think it is realistic to do full A-level biology in 1 year, especially since I wouldn't be doing it in school.
Has anyone got into medicine without biology A-level since the requirements for most universities state you need chemistry with one of maths, biology and physics, but I don't think there would be a high chance of getting in without it?
Med schools do not care what subjects you have beyond meeting their entry requirements: if a university doesn’t ask for Biology, there’s no secret advantage to having it. Plenty of people will get in without A level Bio.