So i want to be a dentist and for my GCSE i really dont know what subjects to take. I can take up to 14 subjects but I really don't know what.
My cumpolsarary are:
I want to do other things like dance and music but I really don't know what I can take. Am I allowed to take it for dentistry and I need to know FAST
Please, someone reply really soon.
thanks , Movivelover123
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- Thread Starter
- 14-11-2016 22:30
- 14-11-2016 22:35
Id mainly go for academic subjects rather than more vocational to show a strong academic background as dentistry is fairly competitive. Try choosing subjects such as languages, history, georgraphy etc but at GCSE it doesnt hugely matter. Pick a couple you enjoy though, it makes it a lot easier!
- 14-11-2016 22:39
University dont care about the subjects you took for GCSE. Just make sure you take One of either Geography or History and a foreign language. Apart from that, I would stick to mostly academic subjects. Feel free to have maybe one or two lighter subjects like dance or music. (I would music is better than dance). Music, Drama, Art are examples of lighter subjects. I would personally avoid Dance.
- 14-11-2016 22:43
Like BobBobson, yes universities don't really care much about that - as long as you're academically strong with maths, english and science. They mainly care about your overall stats, i.e 9A*s, 1A etc (but that's only if they take GCSEs into consideration!). It's good to pick creative subjects along with academics as it shows that you're a well-rounded person, and remember, all subjects offer different skills and qualities. You shouldn't worry too much, pick subjects that you will enjoy studying and can excel in is the most important thing!Last edited by AspireExcite; 14-11-2016 at 22:45.
- 14-11-2016 22:57
Definitely take music as a gcse,in your personal statement for yr 13 you'll be able to say you have good dexterity coz you can play "x y and z" instruments and you have proof of it.
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