Hi guys! For A-levels, which I have just started this week, I am studying chemistry, biology, French and English literature, all on the new linear system of exams, thus I will take all 4 to A-level - all AQA exams, by the way. Would you say that these are suitable for a medical applicant? I'm in a strong position from GCSEs, and am about to start weekly volunteering in a hospital in a couple of months (November intake), plus have already had two placements (one in a hospital and one in a hospice), and hope to do more including perhaps a placement abroad next summer. I'm also doing an EPQ this year, about something dialysis related (I did one placement on a dialysis ward). Do you reckon I'm in a position to do medicine at university, so long as A-levels go well - (I got A*s in all of the subjects I am taking at GCSE, and full marks in both English and French exams, and a biology exam, so predicted grades are A/A*s). Thank you!
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