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    Hi, can ne1 tell me the top 10 Universities for studyind medicine? I have chosen Maths, Chemistry, Biology and History as my my AS choices. Are they suitable?
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    Yes, the choices you chose are suitable. Refer to this website for top universities for studying medicine: http://extras.timesonline.co.uk/good...20medicine.pdf
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    (Original post by z_2j96)
    Hi, can ne1 tell me the top 10 Universities for studyind medicine? I have chosen Maths, Chemistry, Biology and History as my my AS choices. Are they suitable?
    Here's what the Guaridian thinks:
    http://education.guardian.co.uk/univ...index=2&view=0

    As for the ASs, they're fine.
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    I'm taking Biology Chemistry English and Psychology I know two are arty but most of the prospectus' that i have looked at only require chemistry and biology as compulsory subjects, do you think my A level choices are ok? I mean I don't know whether you need physics or maths, I got an A* in physics and A in maths at GCSE.
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    You don't need either of them (unless you're thinking of applying to cambridge), I did two 'arty' subjects as well as chemistry and biology and I did fine.
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    Speaking of good med schools - PMS (Exeter, Truror and Plymouth) - it's not on any league tables as it only opened 3 years ago - but they're cool And you go into hospitals much earlier than other places
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    (Original post by Bekaboo)
    Speaking of good med schools - PMS (Exeter, Truror and Plymouth) - it's not on any league tables as it only opened 3 years ago - but they're cool And you go into hospitals much earlier than other places

    Most medical schools now have patient contact within the first term of your first week.
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    League tables mean ****. Go to the universities, see if their courses are right for you then apply. All medicine courses across the country, no matter at which university they are at are equally good.
 
 
 
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