Medicine- list of med schools gcse requirements

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There was a list on tsr, I’ve lost it, can anyone link it to me again please
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https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/res...e-requirements
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how could I save this
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how could I save this
You could bookmark that page or just use the Medicine Wiki page that's on TSR which will answer all of your questions.
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You could bookmark that page or just use the Medicine Wiki page that's on TSR which will answer all of your questions.
There’s actually a mistake on there
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There’s actually a mistake on there
Sorry, what do you mean?
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Sorry, what do you mean?
On the list it states six GCSEs at grade 7, but on the website for Southampton uni it states
BM5 (standard applications) - Applicants must hold 7 GSCEs at grade B/6 or above, including English language,mathematics and either biology and chemistry, combined science, or science and additional science. = 7 GCSEs at grade 6, so that’s the mistake
It also states no where that there is a 7 in maths needed, so another mistake
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(Original post by Ghostface6001)
On the list it states six GCSEs at grade 7, but on the website for Southampton uni it states
BM5 (standard applications) - Applicants must hold 7 GSCEs at grade B/6 or above, including English language,mathematics and either biology and chemistry, combined science, or science and additional science. = 7 GCSEs at grade 6, so that’s the mistake
It also states no where that there is a 7 in maths needed, so another mistake
The list was drawn up a couple of years ago and Southampton changed their GCSE criteria late last year. As it says, it is correct as of July 2020, so people need to check for any changes
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The list was drawn up a couple of years ago and Southampton changed their GCSE criteria late last year. As it says, it is correct as of July 2020, so people need to check for any changes
Oh wait so does that mean when I start to apply in year 12 summer, unis could change their gcse requirements?
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Oh wait so does that mean when I start to apply in year 12 summer, unis could change their gcse requirements?
What do you think?
Applicants should always check websites for the most up to date info - both Liverpool and Nottingham have announced chages for 2022 entry, probably to counteract the massive grade inflation there was at GCSE due to CAGs for most of this cohort
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What do you think?
Applicants should always check websites for the most up to date info - both Liverpool and Nottingham have announced chages for 2022 entry, probably to counteract the massive grade inflation there was at GCSE due to CAGs for most of this cohort
When will they announce 2023 entry changes, and do I have to keep checking the websites for changes or is there a quicker way
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When will they announce 2023 entry changes, and do I have to keep checking the websites for changes or is there a quicker way
Before the 15th October 2022.
You could ask on here and people may know, but as you have already told me I should back off and not challenge your comments on threads, I would not be answering
As there are so many of you using the same account, you could divvy the meds schools up and check a few websites each - shouldn't take long
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Before the 15th October 2022.
You could ask on here and people may know, but as you have already told me I should back off and not challenge your comments on threads, I would not be answering
As there are so many of you using the same account, you could divvy the meds schools up and check a few websites each - shouldn't take long
I mean no point me looking now as I’m applying for 2023 entry
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