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Hello I have just done my GCSEs and I am going to do Politics, chemistry, Geography, economics and Personal finance (enrichment option). I will most likely carry on Chemistry and Geography but I would also like to do AS biology in my A2 year, I want to keep my options wide open as I am unsure what I want to do (possibly medicine). I would the. Do AS physics in my gap year. Can you please tell me any thoughts you have on this. Thanks a lot in advance


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Hello I have just done my GCSEs and I am going to do Politics, chemistry, Geography, economics and Personal finance (enrichment option). I will most likely carry on Chemistry and Geography but I would also like to do AS biology in my A2 year, I want to keep my options wide open as I am unsure what I want to do (possibly medicine). I would the. Do AS physics in my gap year. Can you please tell me any thoughts you have on this. Thanks a lot in advance


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Doing 3 full A levels is better and if you really want to keep your options open, you should really be doing maths as most courses require it/ it would a big advantage to do.

Edit: forgot to mention that most courses require 3 A levels especially medicine courses.
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