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Suppose I apply to medical school with high predicted grades and am eligible for widening participation (contextual); if I scored lower than the course requirements in the actual exam, would they accept me for their foundation year course?
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Suppose I apply to medical school with high predicted grades and am eligible for widening participation (contextual); if I scored lower than the course requirements in the actual exam, would they accept me for their foundation year course?
No, I wouldn't have thought so - considering that Medicine with a Foundation Year is usually more competitive.

(There may be exceptions that I am not aware of)
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