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I'm studying gcse triple science (biology, chemistry, physics) , maths, English literature and language, Spanish, geography, psychology, statistics
any tips to succeeding in all those subjects at GCSE and getting A* in each subject (minimum A)

I'm interested in doing A levels in chemistry, biology, maths and psychology., I also want to know the path to doing medicine at uni, how is it and how to enter med school/ uni?
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(Original post by siham629)
I'm studying gcse triple science (biology, chemistry, physics) , maths, English literature and language, Spanish, geography, psychology, statistics
any tips to succeeding in all those subjects at GCSE and getting A* in each subject (minimum A)

I'm interested in doing A levels in chemistry, biology, maths and psychology., I also want to know the path to doing medicine at uni, how is it and how to enter med school/ uni?
Well really.. For getting the highest possible grades you just need to find a method and resources that suit you. Always have some external resources.. Whether it be videos on Youtube or looking at resources like Bitesize. For English you should be looking at the mark schemes and examiner notes I suppose. As for Mathemetics and the other sciences just keep racking in the past papers. Also don't overdo the studying. There's a time where eventually you just forget things. Ohh and a notable resource for Mathematics is MathsWorks.. They're beyond amazing!!

Personally you might want to swap Psychology for Physics? Unless the college/sixth-form will let you do 5 AS/A2s.. Doing Chemistry Physics Mathematics and Biology would probably open up the most doors I think.

But don't take my word as final for medicine since I don't study it.
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(Original post by Binary Freak)
Well really.. For getting the highest possible grades you just need to find a method and resources that suit you. Always have some external resources.. Whether it be videos on Youtube or looking at resources like Bitesize. For English you should be looking at the mark schemes and examiner notes I suppose. As for Mathemetics and the other sciences just keep racking in the past papers. Also don't overdo the studying. There's a time where eventually you just forget things. Ohh and a notable resource for Mathematics is MathsWorks.. They're beyond amazing!!

Personally you might want to swap Psychology for Physics? Unless the college/sixth-form will let you do 5 AS/A2s.. Doing Chemistry Physics Mathematics and Biology would probably open up the most doors I think.

But don't take my word as final for medicine since I don't study it.
This isn't necessary. I don't think there's a single med school in the UK that requires 3 sciences + maths (except MAYBE Cambridge, and even then I think it's more of a preference than a requirement). Some even quite like having a contrasting subject.
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