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Medicine Man
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Ok, so you want the most "some preference" points you can get, the more you have the more likely you are to get an offer, so do what they bloody say!
do they explicitly say "do a humanities subject!"
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but always 4 med school choices!
no, I think it was 6 normal, 5 med-school choices, any who, it's kind of irrelevant 4/4 is just as good as 5/5.
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yey - i suppose so!
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but always 4 med school choices!
Yes, you are right. My memory is getting worse.
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hey guys im doing biology chemistry maths and english literature for AS and i was wondering if i should change maths or english to physics plus i will be taking critical thinking hopefully to help prepare for bmat exams
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(Original post by DaveJ)
That seems logical, but by other people's posts, this is not what Universities think.
I wouldn't call most of the people commenting on this thread authorities on medical admissions and considering the majority of medics seem to do Bio/chem/phys or maths at A-level it is unlikely that such a combination will hinder you. Just do what you like and get the A's. Responses suggesting otherwise are ****ing me off.
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(Original post by theiloth)
I wouldn't call most of the people commenting on this thread authorities on medical admissions and considering the majority of medics seem to do Bio/chem/phys or maths at A-level it is unlikely that such a combination will hinder you. Just do what you like and get the A's. Responses suggesting otherwise are ****ing me off.
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what do these people know about the way admission tutors think when they see your application form?
OP - Do what you want to do and ace the exams I say. (just make sure bio, chem and/or either phy/maths are there!
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hey guys im doing biology chemistry maths and english literature for AS and i was wondering if i should change maths or english to physics plus i will be taking critical thinking hopefully to help prepare for bmat exams
your original choice was fine. 3 sciences + eng lit will allow you to apply for any university/college. having chemistry and biology is good enough for most places, decide yourself on the other two.
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I think what subjects you do for A level (provided they satisfy requirements like the one Manchester had when I applied about each subject being 60% theory at least) is a pretty unimportant part of your application. You're certainly not going to get rejected for it.

And it was 4 med + 2 non-med previous to 2007-08 for whoever said differently.
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