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    Should I take Triple or Double Science?

    I got a A in Chemistry. I got a B in Biology and I need to choose for my options. Idk what to choose I am really confused. As I am not really good at Physics because of the maths. Whereas, I want to become a Doctor (GP). Please could anyone give some advice ..
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    personally I think triple always looks better than double, especially if you want to go into that high level profession, you could perhaps get a tutor for physics as you're only in early stages?
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    If you are getting full tuition and think you can handle it I'd go with triple, fundamentally your A-levels and eventual degree are more important than your GCSEs but having more helps.

    If you're in my situation where your school only teaches double science and one teacher offers to give you one extra class after school to do triple, unless you're someone who lives and breaths science (the sort of person that would describe a desktop casing as sexy) I'd possibly stick with the double.

    On a more serious note the extra modules are harder but will better prepare you for A-levels.
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    I'm planning on doing medicine in the future and I'm in year 11. I chose double science because my school has a stupid system but yeah anyways I agree you can do medicine with double science but if you have the chance to do triple go for it. I regret not choosing triple, I listened to others who said it would be fine but didn't really know what I wanted. Now I wish I could go back in time and chose triple. And about the physics thing, which ever one you choose your still going to have to do physics. It's the sad truth. With double you do two units and triple you do three. So not much of a difference.
    hope this helps xx
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    Take triple
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    Triple looks better double, though when you are applying for universities this isn't so significant. What matters then is your A Level grades.

    Those that do double Science are more likely to understand Chemistry/Biology at A Level, because double covers A2 topics in more in depth than triple Science (this works out if you do Edexcel Double Science and AQA Biology/Chemistry).

    Hope this helps with your final decision in choosing double or triple Science.
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    (Original post by Beenish1)
    Should I take Triple or Double Science?

    I got a A in Chemistry. I got a B in Biology and I need to choose for my options. Idk what to choose I am really confused. As I am not really good at Physics because of the maths. Whereas, I want to become a Doctor (GP). Please could anyone give some advice ..
    Take triple

    Some of the content in the extension units makes up part of the AS and later A levels, such as a basic version of the menstrual cycle which comes back at A2 in bio
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    Thanks a lot for all of your answers. I really appreciated it . I took Double Science for my options though. As it would look better if I get 2 A's instead of 3 B's. It was really hard to decide though but I think I should have taken triple.. .As im in year 9 but tommorrow s the deadline If I can I will try to change my options..
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    i think u shud take triple
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    triple looks better, but honestly i dont think unis care much for double or triple, alevels are much more important just make sure to get an average A in your gcses! good luck!


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    (Original post by Beenish1)
    Thanks a lot for all of your answers. I really appreciated it . I took Double Science for my options though. As it would look better if I get 2 A's instead of 3 B's. It was really hard to decide though but I think I should have taken triple.. .As im in year 9 but tommorrow s the deadline If I can I will try to change my options..
    I took double and am studying Biology at university. It doesn't hinder you in any way and I took double for the same reason as you; I knew I'd get better grades

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    (Original post by Changing Skies)
    I took double and am studying Biology at university. It doesn't hinder you in any way and I took double for the same reason as you; I knew I'd get better grades

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    Thank you so much
    I hope that I won't regret taking Double after all as you just stated about not worrying. Thanks a lot very much appreciated.
 
 
 

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