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    I'm a student currently studying my A2s hoping to pursue a career in medicine. I recently achieved AAAB in my AS's, A(chemistry, biology and maths), B(philosophy).

    I am predicted A*A*A*(chemistry, biology and maths), and I'm not sure what Ill be predicted in philosophy. It will be an A or B.

    Basically I was wondering if it will inhibit me in any way to drop philosophy for my A2's? I feel that without it it will let me work so much harder for the UKCAT, my interview skills (assuming I get one) and on my personal statement. Will someone studying 4 A2's be prioritised over someone studying 3? Or will my predictions make this difference negligible?

    Please offer your opinions I am very undecided.
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    (Original post by Tagfisher)
    I'm a student currently studying my A2s hoping to pursue a career in medicine. I recently achieved AAAB in my AS's, A(chemistry, biology and maths), B(philosophy).

    I am predicted A*A*A*(chemistry, biology and maths), and I'm not sure what Ill be predicted in philosophy. It will be an A or B.

    Basically I was wondering if it will inhibit me in any way to drop philosophy for my A2's? I feel that without it it will let me work so much harder for the UKCAT, my interview skills (assuming I get one) and on my personal statement. Will someone studying 4 A2's be prioritised over someone studying 3? Or will my predictions make this difference negligible?

    Please offer your opinions I am very undecided.
    No, far better to get AAA than AABB or worse.
 
 
 
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