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How important are my GCSE grades?

There is a large discrepancy between medical schools as to how they use your GCSE results for their selection processes. The minimum requirements seem to be a C grade in Mathematics, English and the science subjects with most medical schools asking for B grades at a minimum.

This can mean that it doesn't matter too much about your GCSEs, you can still continue with your dream of becoming a doctor! If you have good GCSE grades, then that can be a bonus. However, don't worry if they aren't amazing - they don't need to all be A* grades!