Take it up as a fourth subject I'd say. At least until AS. You will be at a disadvantage but more for the course itself than as an applicant. Just to save you the ease of having to catch up when you start, it's preferable to do a bit of AS biology if not the whole A Level(Original post by gemometricstudy)
Hi, for A Level I want to take chemistry, physics and maths with the intention to study medicine. Some people tell my that my a level options are fine, as most universities do not require biology, but some tell me I will be a weaker applicant without biology. Should I take up A Level Biology or should I leave my options as they are? :s
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