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    which A2 level will give me a wider variety of options in university?
    ive done ASlevels math bio chem and physics and want to go into medicine and dont know what to drop.
    obviously dropping physics is a better option to get into med however i want to leave a option open if i cant get into med or if i don't get good enough results.

    pls give any advise asap
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    which A2 level will give me a wider variety of options in university?
    ive done ASlevels math bio chem and physics and want to go into medicine and dont know what to drop.
    obviously dropping physics is a better option to get into med however i want to leave a option open if i cant get into med or if i don't get good enough results.

    pls give any advise asap
    thx



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    Hey, Okay, for Med maths and physics count as the same thing. you have to have one or the other but you don't need both. I would always recommend dropping your lowest subject, especially for med. best of luck hop this helps
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    (Original post by Yisithegr8)
    which A2 level will give me a wider variety of options in university?
    ive done ASlevels math bio chem and physics and want to go into medicine and dont know what to drop.
    obviously dropping physics is a better option to get into med however i want to leave a option open if i cant get into med or if i don't get good enough results.

    pls give any advise asap
    thx



    yisithegr8
    You need maths and physics to do maths or physics at uni however further maths is also usually recommended. For degrees that aren't maths or physics, maths and physics a level are generally seen as similar/the same so unless you actually want to go into maths or physics, I'd say dropping one of them would leave you options open. But like they said, picking what you enjoy most is normally the best strategy to getting the best grades.

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