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    For my a-levels we can pick 3 options. I want to study medicine and I'm definitely going to take chemistry and biology but I'm not sure whether i should take physics, maths or further maths. I'm capable of doing any of these subjects but I'm unsure which would be best for my future and getting into a university with a good medicine course.
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    For my a-levels we can pick 3 options. I want to study medicine and I'm definitely going to take chemistry and biology but I'm not sure whether i should take physics, maths or further maths. I'm capable of doing any of these subjects but I'm unsure which would be best for my future and getting into a university with a good medicine course.
    I'd say maths. Maths would look better than physics with your options, and you don't need further maths for medicine, so just focus on the main 3.


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    From instinct I say maths. I'd say take further maths if you take maths too. As for physics, if you prefer that to maths, take it. What do you personally enjoy the most?

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    Physics or maths would be most useful since most universities like these with chemistry. Further maths would not be as useful.
 
 
 
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