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    Hi there!

    I've just got my GCSE results and I'm very pleased with them as it has reflected well on the work through out the year and I was able to maintain consistent in all my subjects.

    This morning, I applied for the AS level program in my school. Most, if not all my friends, had taken 4 subjects.

    Now I was wondering, since I would like to pursue Medicine as my career, if having four subjects is a must or is seen as a competitive basis. If so, please advise on how I can prepare and manage the first year.

    My subjects are:
    Chemistry
    Physics
    Biology
    Psychology

    THANKS FOR THE HELP! Much appreciated
    Good luck to all those starting sixth form this year and I hope you get awesome grades!!
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    Hi there!

    I've just got my GCSE results and I'm very pleased with them as it has reflected well on the work through out the year and I was able to maintain consistent in all my subjects.

    This morning, I applied for the AS level program in my school. Most, if not all my friends, had taken 4 subjects.

    Now I was wondering, since I would like to pursue Medicine as my career, if having four subjects is a must or is seen as a competitive basis. If so, please advise on how I can prepare and manage the first year.

    My subjects are:
    Chemistry
    Physics
    Biology
    Psychology

    THANKS FOR THE HELP! Much appreciated
    Good luck to all those starting sixth form this year and I hope you get awesome grades!!
    Nope, you only like 3 A-Levels and an AS at most. Even doing 3 A-Levels

    You can look into universities you're interested in and their entry requirement for that specific course.

    Best tip I could give is make sure you constant recap on old content learn during the year. Flicking through your notes after every lesson is handy to remember things. Don't always stick to learning the content, make sure to do loads of past papers before you sit your exam.
 
 
 
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