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    I have been told that if I completed all of the coursework in my own time, I would be allowed to do the exam.

    I have never taken physics before.

    I am currently taking Maths English French Biology Chemistry at Higher level.

    Is it advisable for me to do this? I feel I am capable of taking it.

    I want to go into medicine and I need 4A's and 1 B at higher level as the minumum requirements.

    Should I wait until 6th year before I take the crash higher?

    I think you'd probably be best taking the higher in 6th year. If you were doing physics instead of say, French then you might be able to get AAAAB, but you might be under to much pressure if you take 6 highers especially if you have no/little physics background.

    Good luck whatever though!!
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