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    Hey guys hope you had an amazing last year and wish you all the best for 2017. At my high school, we do five instead of six years of Cambridge. This year we are expected to write both our AS and master our A levels. Whilst others have the privilege of studying 3 subjects, we have to do five minimum. I have no idea how I'm going to work through physics and math this year so if any of you have some advice for me that would be highly appreciated. Thanks
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    Hey guys hope you had an amazing last year and wish you all the best for 2017. At my high school, we do five instead of six years of Cambridge. This year we are expected to write both our AS and master our A levels. Whilst others have the privilege of studying 3 subjects, we have to do five minimum. I have no idea how I'm going to work through physics and math this year so if any of you have some advice for me that would be highly appreciated. Thanks
    i thought a degree was 3 years?
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    I know of no degrees that are six years long
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    Medicine at Oxford and Cambridge is
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    I know of no degrees that are six years long
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    jesus
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    (Original post by Aaron Bernbaum)
    Medicine at Oxford and Cambridge is
    sod that
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    (Original post by Aaron Bernbaum)
    Medicine at Oxford and Cambridge is
    You do get awarded an undergraduate degree after 3 years though, followed by another after the 6.

    The 5 year medicine degrees are all one degree.
 
 
 
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