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Vet School A Level Requirements
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This information has been verified and is correct as of 17/08/16.
Please always check your eligibility with the vet school before applying.

Veterinary School Typical OfferA2 Chemistry A2 Biology OtherNot acceptable?
Bristol AAA/AAB (contextual offer) A A Graduates should offer a minimum of BBB at A-level including Chemistry and Biology plus 2:1 or above. General Studies and Critical Thinking.
Cambridge A*A*A A - Applicants must have AS or A Level passes in Chemistry and two of Biology/Human Biology, Physics, Mathematics. We do not count Psychology. Psychology
Edinburgh AAA A A A in one other approved subject. Grades required at one sitting and first attempt. If Physics and Maths has not been studied at A level a good pass at GCSE is required. Applied Art & Design, Applied ICT, Applied Science, Communication & Culture, Creative Writing, Critical Thinking, General Studies, Journalism in the Media and Communications Industry, Leisure Studies, Media: Communication and Production, Performing Arts, Sports Science and the Active Leisure Industry, Travel and Tourism
GlasgowA*AAA A A third subject which is preferably a science subject. Art, Drama, General Studies, Home Economics, Music or PE are not acceptable as a third subject.
LiverpoolAAA A (B if only offered at AS) A If Chemistry is not offered at A2-level, it must be offered at AS-level (grade B), but applicants must offer another academic science-related subject at A-level (e.g. Physics, Mathematics, Geography, Geology, Psychology). Applicants may offer only one of General Studies, Critical Thinking, Citizenship Studies among their three A levels.
NottinghamAABA A B in a third subject General studies, Critical thinking
Royal Veterinary CollegeAAA-AAB A A Third subject at preferably grade A, but no lower than B. The third A2 subject should not overlap with Biology or Chemistry, and cannot be General Studies. There is no third subject which is preferred by selectors or gives any special advantage in the selection process. Science and non-science subject are treated equally for the third subject. General Studies
SurreyAAA AA A We do not include General Studies or Critical Thinking in our offers.
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