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    I'm looking to study medicine, I'm doing GCSES at the moment. I think I'm predicted 6 A*s and 4 A's.I am choosing English lit, Chemistry and biology as my A2 as they are my strongest subjects. However, my other A*s are in geography, English language and physics but I don't want to take any of those to as.

    i'm stuck between taking maths or psychology for AS. Maths will be a real struggle for me but Psycology is seen as a 'soft subject'.

    Im not looking at Oxbridge or imperial collage. I'm looking at Bristol, Exeter, Cardiff and possibly Durham.

    Will chemistry, English, biology and Psycology As be acceptable or will I need to take maths instead?

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    I think that is a very good cobo. Most people assume that you need maths to get into medicine but you don't, just do what you enjoy and hopefully you'll get the grades
 
 
 

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