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SYED WASIF ALI asked this 7 months ago Answered

Does bad A grades effect Graduate entry medicine?

My son achieved B grade in chemistry, C in Biology and Maths, D in Physics at A-level. His GCSE grades are 7 A and 3 B with EPQ A grade and Spanish language B grade.

He has passed one year Queen Marry University Foundation course Biological science with 93 % chemistry 87 % Maths and above 75 % Biology. He is now doing three years Chemistry with Biomedicine BSc from King College and doing very well. He has shadowing experiences in NHS and abroad, He scored good marks in BMAT and UKCAT last year and hope that he achieved first class Graduation / MSc and did well in UKCAT and BMAT. He is only interested to do medicine but dishearted with his bad grades in A-level. 

IF HE ACHIEVED FIRST CLASS IN GRAUDATiON AND GOOD SCORES IN BMAT AND UKCAT THEN

Whether his application for Graduate Entry Medicine will be considered?

If yes then which universities he should apply for the high success rating offers. 

Please help me so that I can confirm him whether he can achieve his aim or not 

Many thanks 

Regards

Syed Wasif Ali 

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Arnold Gangaidzo answered this 7 months ago
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For an accurate answer it is best to contact the graduate entry courses directly. They can give you a fast response (by phone or email) as to what their minimum requirements will be for the application cycle your son will be applying in.

Hope this helps

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SYED WASIF ALI commented 7 months ago

I am sorry to say that each and every person know which you have mentioned in your answer. It is my advise to you that If you do not know or you have lack of knowledge then please do not try to give an answer or suggestion to anyone in the future.

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