Im in year 10 at school, and im really struggling at the moment, ive been flooded with alot of exams and it's hard to cope.
I am doing double award in science, which is additional.
I want to be a dentist or something in the medical profession, and i've recently been moved down to set 2 which doesnt do tripple award science, does doing double hinder my chances of carrying out my profession?
what gcses do i need / a-levels?
any additional advice?
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- Thread Starter
- 25-03-2011 20:00
- 25-03-2011 20:55
I don't think there's a great difference between double and triple science. Most medical schools should not care about your GCSE subjects so long as you have amounted to a certain number of A Stars (I believe Kings College needed 6 for entry last year)
For your A Level subjects, biology and chemistry are often required.. most people choose maths with that, but it's not always the case, so long as you have one/two other respected A levels, I'm sure subject wise you will be fine.
(I'm not an expert in medicine.. I have vague ideas about most of it, if you ever decide to go into economics, I'll happily share my research with you. )