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Hi, for graduate medicine, how important are your A level grades? Websites usually say to get 1st class or 2.1 in your undergrad but how far back do they actually consider?
A number of GEM courses expect you to meet specific A-level subject requirements - this might be through your degree, or through A-levels. If you did the A-levels before your degree the requirement is usually slightly lower (e.g. a B in A-level Chemistry) but if you do them after they're usually commensurate with the standard entry course A-level requirements. It will be clearly communicated on their entry criteria page. If they state nothing about A-levels then they will normally not consider them - I believe most don't outside of subject requirements (which tend to be for those accepting any degree and not requiring the GAMSAT e.g. Cambridge as I recall).