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(Original post by Renal)
The point I am trying to make is that many people I know who assess these things don't give a flying ****, those that have an opinion tend to want interesting people and not more ****ing science drones, most schools state, where there is a policy, that they prefer variety.
Well if that's what you meant, I don't know why you started talking about medical schools not wanting people with only A*s but no work experience, since that has nothing to do with what A Levels you choose to study.

Studying a variety of A Levels doesn't make you "interesting", nor does it imply you will have done more work experience, than someone with only science A Levels.
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Well if that's what you meant,
It's an exact copy of what I posted at 16:30. :rolleyes:


Studying a variety of A Levels doesn't make you "interesting", nor does it imply you will have done more work experience, than someone with only science A Levels.
Are you arguing that the people who hold the opposite opinion, err, don't.
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