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Are these a good choice?

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    If I am to do Biomedical Engineering at University, then are these good A - Level options - Biology, Physics and Further Maths (A - Levels) and Sport Science - BTEC Level 2 First Extended Certificate


    Yes, your A-levels do seem a sensible choice! You can always check each courses specific entry requirements online to make you you meet them/Have the subjects they would like

    Those are good and A-levels are quite tough so make sure to revise, study and learn while you go, rather than trying to learn everything during exam season or near the end. As Katiecakes123 suggested above, check the entry requirements of various universities and courses and see what they would like. For medicine, for example, people normally associate it with Biology but Chemistry seems to be more of a requirement for some reason. So just check them out and be aware.
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