Biology and Chemistry, obviously.
On top of that, I've picked Physics, Psychology and Ethics. I think they fit pretty well for Medicine and my interests specifically within Medicine without being too geeky or too non-academic.
Do Biology, Chemistry and Maths at AS level... plus one other subject of your liking, English Literature is a good one...
After that you can drop one of Biology and Maths for A2 if you want, as many universities ask for Chemistry at A2, alongside one other science (Biology, Maths, Physics)... but do some research into universities you fancy.. i know for one that Nottingham ask for Biology and Chemistry at A2.. where as Sheffield say they want just A2 Chemistry plus one other Science... but want Biology and another science to at least AS level..
Chemistry and Biology i think you should do
The other two choices i think should be up to you. You shouldnt choose subjects which you think are ideal in medicine but what you enjoy hence why i chose Bio, Chem, French, German (we have to do Critical Thinking which is a complete waste of time). Do you really want to do 2 years (if you carry them all on to A2) of subjects which you think are "ideal" when you don't enjoy them? I could of done maths- i considered it- but i love my languages and prefer them!!!
However, i do think you should ideally have got an A or A* in maths GCSE if you are not doing it for AS.
I did Bio, Chem, Maths and RS (good for thinking of the ethical side to medicine), and an AS in Critical Thinking which helped with the UKCAT.
I did Bio, Chem, Maths and French at AS because at the time I thought it was one of the best combinations for Medicine, and I enjoyed all of them at GCSE. I could've applied anywhere with those subjects and not been at a disadvantage (eg UCL prefer a contrasting subject, some Cambridge colleges prefer/require 3 sciences) - obviously the same goes for if you picked Physics instead of Maths, and another rigorous subject like Eng Lit or History instead of French. You don't need Maths or Physics, but it just keeps a couple more options open and if you enjoy/are good at them it's always a safe option. I also did Critical Thinking as an extra AS, which was helpful-ish for the UKCAT.
Bio, chem and whatever else you fancy!
biology, psychology, law, philosophy, I reckon.
But obviously uni's want chemistry, cause they're sadists.
Which would grab the universities attention more:
Maths, chemistry, biology and a language or maths, chemistry, biology and english literature?
bio chem maths n psychology
hey guys check out the subjects im doing in my signature and if you guys could give me any helpful advice for these subjects before i start 6th form and any other helpful advice to boost my application for medicine