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Hi there, medical school in Scotland don’t look at your GCSEs apart from you need to achieve a C grade in maths English and science so don’t stress too much if you don’t get them! X
All medical schools will require GCSE Maths, English and Sciences (some will accept double science as a substitute). Lots of medical schools state a minimum of grade 5/6 is acceptable however you'll realistically need A/A* (grade 7 - 9) in these subjects to put in a competitive application. Remember that some medical schools will place greater emphasis on GCSE results when weighing up your application than others (e.g. Leicester with a points-based system) Always apply with your strengths in mind.
Strong Maths and Science and English You probably want As in all subjects
Medical schools require GCSE Maths, English and Sciences, and most require them at a minimum grade of 6. However, most medical schools stress that these requirements are minimum and most successful candidates will score 7s, 8s and 9s at GCSE. Many medical schools also have specific requirements for science subjects.
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