I'm really motivated to apply for medicine, but what are GCSES generally required? I'm look at getting- A*s in chemistry, biology, English literature and language, then As in geography, maths, business, ICT and Physics but a B in German.
I'm then looking at taking chemistry, biology and maths A-Levels, what else should I take?
I play the bagpipes and know lots of Doctors for work shadowing work experience.
Do I have a chance? Any advice?
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- Thread Starter
- 27-01-2015 21:36
- 27-01-2015 21:43
Aim for as many A*s as possible. Many people say that GCSEs aren't important for uni but they do come in to play for medical school applications! However, if you don't get straight A*s, don't panic, just make sure you do well in your A levels.
As for your subjects, biology, chemistry & maths are definitely the right choices. As for your forth, do something you enjoy! It's nice to have a bit of down time away from the super sciencey stuff (wouldn't recommend physics lol).
Bagpipes are unique so that will help you stand out so continue with that