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    As I want to study medicine or something related (I'm trying to keep an open mind) I saw that their new requirements are AAA for A2 instead of AAA plus B at AS. Does that mean that a levels are harder? If it means I can't drop english lit and go on to study chemistry, biology and spanish would I be looked down upon because I am doing my french a level? Since my second language is french would unis think I'm cheating because french helps spanish so I find it easy and I have already seen what AS and A2 will look like for spanish. Should I just study chemistry, biology and english literature and do spanish as self study? Would english literature be too intense with chemistry and biology? What's so intense about it?
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    I don't think you are cut out for a degree in medicine.
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    (Original post by lig1729)
    I don't think you are cut out for a degree in medicine.
    Why
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    You Keep saying this to people and not only do I think it's discouraging but also untrue. You don't know OP or their capabilities so dont make a judgement on their dream if you have no evidence to support it.

    To OP: Just keep your head down and get your grades-getting into Medicine is an achievement no matter what your subjects. You can do it!

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    I don't think you are cut out for a degree in medicine.
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    (Original post by WannaBMedStudent)
    You don't know OP or their capabilities so dont make a judgement on their dream if you have no evidence to support it.
    Really? There is evidence to support it. Did you read their OP?
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    Sorry for not helpfully answering your question but I relate lots to you thought I'd let you know ayyy
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    (Original post by lig1729)
    Really? There is evidence to support it. Did you read their OP?
    I'm sorry you haven't achieved your dream mate.
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    Thank you, but do you have any advice to give?
    (Original post by WannaBMedStudent)
    You Keep saying this to people and not only do I think it's discouraging but also untrue. You don't know OP or their capabilities so dont make a judgement on their dream if you have no evidence to support it.

    To OP: Just keep your head down and get your grades-getting into Medicine is an achievement no matter what your subjects. You can do it!
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    (Original post by geniequeen48)
    I'm sorry you haven't achieved your dream mate.
    Long ago kid, long ago. But you need to change some things (if possible) to achieve yours.
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    (Original post by lig1729)
    Long ago kid, long ago. But you need to change some things (if possible) to achieve yours.
    Like what.
 
 
 
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