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so i KNOW i didnt do well in my exams and im waiting for results day, but dont want to take a gap year or resit so what uni courses can i do that have really low entry requirements

alevels; biology chemistry maths

havent applied to anything due to issues with my sixth form
wanted to apply to medicine but most likely ill be doing a degree first and then doing graduate medicine so what will that degree be can anyone help me please
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Definitely have a look at clearing. You should be able to get something. But also you never know, you could do well!
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With AL Maths and the fact that you’re not tied into a single subject at undergraduate, you’ll find there are loads of options in clearing.

However, grad entry medicine is very competitive, (even more so than undergrad), so planning to go that route at this early stage is not advisable. You’d be way better just retaking AL’s and applying again next year.
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(Original post by probookmac)
so i KNOW i didnt do well in my exams and im waiting for results day, but dont want to take a gap year or resit so what uni courses can i do that have really low entry requirements

alevels; biology chemistry maths

havent applied to anything due to issues with my sixth form
wanted to apply to medicine but most likely ill be doing a degree first and then doing graduate medicine so what will that degree be can anyone help me please
Have a look at Swansea University Medical School. They do a number of courses in the medical field like Applied Medical Sciences and Genetics and if you do well I think tou might have yo get a first you get an interview to go on their post grad medicine course.
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With AL Maths and the fact that you’re not tied into a single subject at undergraduate, you’ll find there are loads of options in clearing.

However, grad entry medicine is very competitive, (even more so than undergrad), so planning to go that route at this early stage is not advisable. You’d be way better just retaking AL’s and applying again next year.
for me the only problem with this is my parents wont let me move so i have to stay in london and all the london unis ive looked into dont take a level resits into medicine ( unless ive missed something im happy for you to point me in the right direction)
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Definitely have a look at clearing. You should be able to get something. But also you never know, you could do well!
yep thats what im putting all my hopes on right now. i hope youre right !!
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