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    i want to do something in medical planning already to take biology and chemistry probably applied business need one more any help
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    If you really want to go and do medicine, then you have to do top respected courses at A level. Many medicine students do Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Maths; which is understandbly hard, but gets you into doing something related to do with medicine.

    If I were you, I would do Maths.
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    i suggest not going into medicine
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    I started a thread on this so have a look on my profile, there are loads of replies! ******** to what people have said abot maths, IT IS NOT NEEDED!
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    (Original post by D'ya Get Meh?)
    i suggest not going into medicine
    Lol, that was unhelpful.

    I would aim for three science/math subjects OP, and then a humanities (if interested). I would refrain from taking Business, but, hey, if it interests you.
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    I would say have something like English lit or history. shows you are an all rounded person
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    YOU DON'T NEED 3 SCIENCES AND MATHS FOR MEDICINE.

    Enough of that rubbish. I suggest you read a few prospectuses.

    As long as you do Chemistry, and Biology to at least AS, the third choice is yours. Just make it an academic subject (history, french, economics, maths... up to you)

    Do what you enjoy, and what you are good at
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    well...ive not decided all of mine...cause i wanna do medicine too

    but i think biology chemitry and math OR physics is essential and the last one is up to u
    could make it wat ever
    i might do
    history or
    further math
    ...i know ...about a million people told me further math is really hard but i enjoy maths plus i hear universities dig :cool: further maths:yep:

    hope i helped
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    Further maths and maths are counted as one A-level by medical schools. I would suggest History at A-level, seemingly, it's much the same as GCSE.
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    A few medschools quite like applicants with 2 science and A levels and one other subject. Others prefer 3 sciences/maths. It depends which uni you want to apply to.
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    The chemistry and biology are good, have you thought about maths? And then just do something else that interests you, maybe history/geography/english lit? Buisness is ok, but there are more respected a levels, but if you really love it then do it.
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    I think people stress out too much when it comes to A-level choices. Especially those who wish to embark on medical careers.
    Really, all I did was searched what I needed. I'll do well in Chemistry and Biology... the other two will be picked depending on what I did best in at GCSE. What you need to do is find the subjects you're best at and use them for A-level.
    Aslong as you have two sciences/maths (One of which has to be chemistry) then the other two dont matter. The grades will be the deciding factor between you and another canditate, not the choices.
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    Agree with other posts, but think about the competition to enter medical courses. But yeah, its your choice at the end of the day; do what you feel is right
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    yh thanks for the advice i was maybe thinking sociology or history
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    Well at our school they are cr-azy. about if you want to do medicine you take all three sciences (chemistry, biology(/human biology) and physics.) and maths.
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    stfu gays
 
 
 
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