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I hate one of my current AS Levels and wan't to pick up a new one. I do Psychology, Chemistry, Biology and History. I wan't to study grad medicine from a Human Biology degree. Any recommendations? At GCSE I got BTEC Diploma Distinction Star x 4 and 2B's 3C's 1A. How can I go about doing this?
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Health and Social Care would be very easy to teach yourself for an AS....
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Maths
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I'm finding maths very easy.
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I'd say a language; there are tons of resources dotted around the internet. Maths too.
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Sociology. You can literally get a textbook, turn it into little notes and learn it. Once you have those notes known, its pretty easy to expand upon it yourself in the exams.
And it has a research methods section, which you learn in psychology anyway.
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Maths is best. You can self check so you know where you are as you go along. Arts subjects always hit and miss.
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