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    i am absolutely sure about choosing biology and chemistry as 2 out of my 4 a levels however i am unsure about choosing my last 2 a levels from the choices of accounts
    psychology
    and RE

    which 2 would be a good combination along with biology and chemistry and why?

    if your wondering what i would like to do in university i would like to go into the scientific field eg: medicine veterinary dentistry bio medics biochemistry sport-science neuroscience
    i have been finding it hard to decide and i just needed a few ideas while i do some research about what a levels would be good for me
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    maths or physics would be better medicine, dentistry etc.
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    (Original post by cleggj88)
    maths or physics would be better medicine, dentistry etc.
    i can only choose from:
    psychology
    re
    accounts
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    (Original post by D.SHA64)
    i can only choose from:
    psychology
    re
    accounts
    Psychology links better with Biology and Chemistry than RE
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    (Original post by MMR16)
    Psychology links better with Biology and Chemistry than RE
    ive been told that a lot but i am very good at re and i got an A* in it at gcse
    i think accounts should be one of my choices cos i would be very stressed out with 2 humanity subjects
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    i just have to choose between re and pyscology now
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    (Original post by D.SHA64)
    i just have to choose between re and pyscology now
    i'd choose psychology because it links better with the other subjects you're doing. Just because you got an A* in RE at GCSE doesn't mean you'll do good at A Level, but if you feel more comfortable taking RE then I suggest you take RE.
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    You will struggle without Maths. Through A levels and applying to Med skl of anything of that sort
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    (Original post by Undec)
    You will struggle without Maths. Through A levels and applying to Med skl of anything of that sort
    i would struggle doing maths cos i have heard it is extremely hard and it is not one of my strongest subjects
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    (Original post by MMR16)
    i'd choose psychology because it links better with the other subjects you're doing. Just because you got an A* in RE at GCSE doesn't mean you'll do good at A Level, but if you feel more comfortable taking RE then I suggest you take RE.
    thanks
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    (Original post by cleggj88)
    maths or physics would be better medicine, dentistry etc.
    Why?
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    Psychology because it is a science too so could help but go for rs if you like it- I have contrasting subjects too: Chemistry and bio with English lit and rs
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    I'd say psychology and Accounting but you'll struggle to do Medicine without doing either Maths or Physics
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    (Original post by AfcFob)
    I'd say psychology and Accounting but you'll struggle to do Medicine without doing either Maths or Physics
    Why?? Says who???

    Where does this come from?? :confused:
 
 
 
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