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    Hello guys,
    Basically, I want to do the following four A levels that I enjoy doing: Biology, Chemistry, Geography, and Economics( I don't have any experience on this subject) in a public sixth form. Can you give me some advice, tips, and your own experiences, please? I want to study medicine.

    I would've gone for Maths if I were you (maybe instead of economics) because one of my cousins did medicine with Bio, Chem, Geo and Maths but I guess that Economics is still a well-respected subject.

    With Chemistry, try and work an hour or two at home on what you learnt in class because Chemistry is really hard to absorb. For bio, just try and memoriseG as much content as you can. For Geography, it depends on how you find it personally tbh. Like biology, there is a lot of memorization to be done but there is a lot application of knowledge so try do any a level or even as level questions on geography and chemistry and you should be fine. (Biology questions might help but won't be as useful). I have no clue about economics though.
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