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Hi! I'm currently in year 11 ans studying for my GCSE's and have to make a decision on my A-level choices soon. I have ambitions of going to university and studing biomedical science and I am definitely doing biology at A-level as it is essential I get atleast a grade C in it to get accepted. I am also thinking of doing either pyschology and geography or English literature and geography?. What would be the best combination to study biomedical science? Is pyschology a respected subject or will it be looked down upon? Would biology, geography and english lit be a good combination or would biology, pyschology and geography be better? :confused:
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Hi! I'm currently in year 11 ans studying for my GCSE's and have to make a decision on my A-level choices soon. I have ambitions of going to university and studing biomedical science and I am definitely doing biology at A-level as it is essential I get atleast a grade C in it to get accepted. I am also thinking of doing either pyschology and geography or English literature and geography?. What would be the best combination to study biomedical science? Is pyschology a respected subject or will it be looked down upon? Would biology, geography and english lit be a good combination or would biology, pyschology and geography be better? :confused:
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