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    when entering sixth form, how many subjects to I have to pick. And if aiming to study midwifery in uni what subjects do I have to pick, i only have biology and physiology.
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    It depends on the college/sixth form. Most people do 4 (not including general studies, critical thinking), some do 5 (over the top if you ask me) and some do 3. 2 is very risky in my opinion
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    Most people choose 4 AS Level subjects and then carry 3 on to A2. For midwifery, Biology is usually essential, and Chemistry would also be helpful.
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    Well usually you have to pick four (some can choose five) subjects when you start Sixth Form and you can choose to drop one in your Second Year. I'm not so sure about the midwifery thing though, haha guess you have to search that one up😂😂☺️
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    You can do Btec applied science, level 3 '' equivalent to 3 A levels'' to get into midwifery, or you can do Btec Health and social care to get into it.

    http://search.ucas.com/course/entryr...rsedetailsmenu
 
 
 
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