3 of 4 a levels for medicine?

Thread Starter 3 of 4 a levels for medicine? Follow 2 hours ago 2h ago Medical schools don't have secret grade/subject requirements. If they say they only want three A-levels, they mean it. There are no hidden points for doing a fourth. As artful_lounger has said, you need to choose which schools you apply to based on how well your stats match their entry requirements. It's no use applying to, say, Keele without significant work experience, or Newcastle without a high UCAT, or Oxford without top grades at GCSE. Be strategic and apply to the places most likely to interview you.
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