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    (Original post by huntler123)
    what could i do with that
    Also, as you are doing Maths and business, maybe you could do accountancy?
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    (Original post by Kieranisda1)
    On TSR somewhere there are the entry requirements for ever med school
    And they require Chemistry to full A Level at minimum grade A.
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    Chemistry is key, most medical degrees all want chemistry
    I only do bio and wish I could do chem :/
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    (Original post by SGHD26716)
    And they require Chemistry to full A Level at minimum grade A.
    One uni doesn't ask for Chemistry but I can't remember which one
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    And they require Chemistry to full A Level at minimum grade A.
    UEA you can get in without Chem
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    Its clear you haven't done enough research yourself yet on what you want to do, if you just 'want to become a doctor'. Look around on UCAS for courses linked to medicine but not medicine itself as you need chemistry to study it (anyone telling you otherwise is lifting your hopes for no reason as you will be disappointed because medicine is a highly competitive subject). Look at courses like biomedical science, microbiology, medical biology, biomedical health etc. These will not give you a direct path into your preferred profession, but with enough career guidance though university and the future you should be able to find yourself in a similar field of work.
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    (Original post by ollie1024)
    Its clear you haven't done enough research yourself yet on what you want to do, if you just 'want to become a doctor'. Look around on UCAS for courses linked to medicine but not medicine itself as you need chemistry to study it (anyone telling you otherwise is lifting your hopes for no reason as you will be disappointed because medicine is a highly competitive subject). Look at courses like biomedical science, microbiology, medical biology, biomedical health etc. These will not give you a direct path into your preferred profession, but with enough career guidance though university and the future you should be able to find yourself in a similar field of work.
    I said that, but the only science he is doing is maths and biology, which makes it harder to go into science
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    (Original post by SGHD26716)
    I said that, but the only science he is doing is maths and biology, which makes it harder to go into science
    He's going biology and that would be fine for doing the courses I mentioned so it doesn't matter
 
 
 
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