So I'm thinking of applying to medicine. I've checked that most universities require 2 sciences and another a level. I'm wondering if I stand a better chance doing the third choice as a science such as physics or doing a subject like classics. I prefer classics but I think I could do just as well in physics. I got A*s them both and ideally would prefer Classics - but if physics gives me a better chance should I go for that? Please reply because I have already started and need to change asap!!!!
Is Classical Civilisations acceptable for Medicine? (Urgent) Watch
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Last edited by dec1153; 05-09-2016 at 23:42.
- 05-09-2016 23:41
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- 06-09-2016 06:21
Yes, classical civilisation is a perfectly acceptable A level for medicine. You don't need three science A levels to study medicine at most med schools. I don't think doing physics would increase your chances of admission.