I've just found out my GCSE results and I am really, really happy with them but I am struggling to pick my fourth A level choice. I am seriously thinking about doing medicine and i'm not sure whether I should do physics or maths?
I am definitely doing History, Chemistry and Biology (I got A*s in all of them) but I don't know if is should do Maths (I got an A*) because I feel like I need to do it in order to do Medicine. OR Physics as I feel I will enjoy it more, but will me not doing Maths as well make it too hard? Also I am slightly discouraged about doing it because I got an A (I was 2 marks aways from an A*)...
Will Physics be too hard?
Do I need Maths to do medicine?
Will Maths be too hard?
Please help! Thanks
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- 22-08-2015 22:38
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- 22-08-2015 22:42
You do not need maths to do medicine, and physics is just as beneficial. They are both hard subjects, so I would suggest that you do the one which you honestly think you will perform better at For a lot of people, this would be maths (as maths supports physics anyway)