A-level choices for Biomedical Science!

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Hi guys,I need HELP! Pls HELP!I'm thinking of doing maths, biology, chemistry, german and critical thinking for A-level. Is that the right choice for wanting to study biomedical science?pls help
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http://www.undergraduate.study.cam.a...tural-sciences
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Take maths
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(Original post by Scienceyes)
Hi guys,I need HELP! Pls HELP!I'm thinking of doing maths, biology, chemistry, german and critical thinking for A-level. Is that the right choice for wanting to study biomedical science?pls help
What's your career plan?I think ur choices are fine but germ en just seems odd
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What's your career plan?I think ur choices are fine but germ en just seems odd
I thought A Level Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics should be sufficient for biomedical sciences at university. I don't think they care much about the remaining A Level choices.
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I thought A Level Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics should be sufficient for biomedical sciences at university. I don't think they care much about the remaining A Level choices.
Yh I b suppose
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Oh ok that's fine thank you
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Biology and chemistry are a must.
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Exactly what I took, I'm now a 2nd year biomedical science student.
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Your choices are perfect

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Exactly what I took, I'm now a 2nd year biomedical science student.
Once you have completed your degree what choices for employment do you have or are you going to do a phD or what?
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Exactly what I took, I'm now a 2nd year biomedical science student.
What's your career plan ?
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These are fine.
Math is a must, drop your weakest subject in your final year, but not Math. A language is useful regardless, you’ll find yourself with more opportunities to collaborate internationally if you progress into research, but it’s not essential. Most countries research in English, because most international conferences are in English.

I work in biomechanics, kind of similar but more physics focussed.
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These are fine.
Math is a must, drop your weakest subject in your final year, but not Math. A language is useful regardless, you’ll find yourself with more opportunities to collaborate internationally if you progress into research, but it’s not essential. Most countries research in English, because most international conferences are in English.

I work in biomechanics, kind of similar but more physics focussed.
Something tells me they may already know what A-Levels they need for their course considering this was 4 years ago
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Something tells me they may already know what A-Levels they need for their course considering this was 4 years ago
Haha!
TSR and their top listed discussions have done it to me again!
They really should start archiving these
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