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Hello peeps, I am currently doing 12 A-Levels just to stimulate my amazing mind but I'll drop 9 of them at the end of Y12 in order to focus on 3.

My 12 A-Levels are:

Accounting, Archaeology, Critical Thinking, General Studies, Health & Social Care, Home Economics, Leisure Studies, Media Studies, Music Technology, Performance Studies, Sociology & Textiles.

I really want to get into Oxford in order to study Medicine so any advice would be greatly appreciated
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Hello peeps, I am currently doing 12 A-Levels just to stimulate my amazing mind but I'll drop 9 of them at the end of Y12 in order to focus on 3.

My 12 A-Levels are:

Accounting, Archaeology, Critical Thinking, General Studies, Health & Social Care, Home Economics, Leisure Studies, Media Studies, Music Technology, Performance Studies, Sociology & Textiles.

I really want to get into Oxford in order to study Medicine so any advice would be greatly appreciated
Only 12?? That's not enough! You have to do at-least 15-18 A levels to even have a chance at Oxbridge. Please consider doing even more A levels.
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Hello peeps, I am currently doing 12 A-Levels just to stimulate my amazing mind but I'll drop 9 of them at the end of Y12 in order to focus on 3.

My 12 A-Levels are:

Accounting, Archaeology, Critical Thinking, General Studies, Health & Social Care, Home Economics, Leisure Studies, Media Studies, Music Technology, Performance Studies, Sociology & Textiles.

I really want to get into Oxford in order to study Medicine so any advice would be greatly appreciated
Fantastic career prospects. Keep it up.
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Hello peeps, I am currently doing 12 A-Levels just to stimulate my amazing mind but I'll drop 9 of them at the end of Y12 in order to focus on 3.

My 12 A-Levels are:

Accounting, Archaeology, Critical Thinking, General Studies, Health & Social Care, Home Economics, Leisure Studies, Media Studies, Music Technology, Performance Studies, Sociology & Textiles.

I really want to get into Oxford in order to study Medicine so any advice would be greatly appreciated
i presume this is a really bad joke, right?

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Hello peeps, I am currently doing 12 A-Levels just to stimulate my amazing mind but I'll drop 9 of them at the end of Y12 in order to focus on 3.

My 12 A-Levels are:

Accounting, Archaeology, Critical Thinking, General Studies, Health & Social Care, Home Economics, Leisure Studies, Media Studies, Music Technology, Performance Studies, Sociology & Textiles.

I really want to get into Oxford in order to study Medicine so any advice would be greatly appreciated
Does 12 a levels wanting to do medicine, but the 12 doesn't include bio and Chem. 🤔🤔🤔
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Only 12?? That's not enough! You have to do at-least 15-18 A levels to even have a chance at Oxbridge. Please consider doing even more A levels.
Yep I'll Speak to my school to see If I can be entered for 3 more A-Levels to boost my chances.
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This troll.
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Only 12?? That's not enough! You have to do at-least 15-18 A levels to even have a chance at Oxbridge. Please consider doing even more A levels.
I just noticed you wanted to do medicine but there's no Biology, Chemistry or Maths as your '12 A level options'. Weird.
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Does 12 a levels wanting to do medicine, but the 12 doesn't include bio and Chem. 🤔🤔🤔
The extra 3 i'm going to go on to will be Maths, Bio & Chem so I'll have a good chance of getting into Oxford
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1. Biggest BS I've heard in a long time (no offence).

2. If true, then your school really needs a visit from Ofsted.

3. To study medicine in any uni, you need Biology, Chemistry and Maths and to have a chance to get into oxbridge, just take another subject which you think you will enjoy...
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Hello peeps, I am currently doing 12 A-Levels just to stimulate my amazing mind but I'll drop 9 of them at the end of Y12 in order to focus on 3.

My 12 A-Levels are:

Accounting, Archaeology, Critical Thinking, General Studies, Health & Social Care, Home Economics, Leisure Studies, Media Studies, Music Technology, Performance Studies, Sociology & Textiles.

I really want to get into Oxford in order to study Medicine so any advice would be greatly appreciated
i am sorry but none of them are preferred subjects for medicine i guess for medicine u need to do science like chemistry biology physics and maths, many universities including oxford do not count creative thinking and general studies , but archaeology, sociology, home economics and health and social care might be useful
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Hello peeps, I am currently doing 12 A-Levels just to stimulate my amazing mind but I'll drop 9 of them at the end of Y12 in order to focus on 3.

My 12 A-Levels are:

Accounting, Archaeology, Critical Thinking, General Studies, Health & Social Care, Home Economics, Leisure Studies, Media Studies, Music Technology, Performance Studies, Sociology & Textiles.

I really want to get into Oxford in order to study Medicine so any advice would be greatly appreciated
Most unis don't count general studies and critical thinking so they'll only really recognise 10. Plus you won't be able to do medicine with these, you need chemistry and biology and probably physics or maths/further maths.

What exam board are archaeology and leisure studies with? I didn't even know they were A-levels.
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lol those 12 A levels are bad
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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education...12-months.html
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The extra 3 i'm going to go on to will be Maths, Bio & Chem so I'll have a good chance of getting into Oxford
This is a troll right? Or are you supposedly going to do these three two-year courses in one year?
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Hello peeps, I am currently doing 12 A-Levels just to stimulate my amazing mind but I'll drop 9 of them at the end of Y12 in order to focus on 3.

My 12 A-Levels are:

Accounting, Archaeology, Critical Thinking, General Studies, Health & Social Care, Home Economics, Leisure Studies, Media Studies, Music Technology, Performance Studies, Sociology & Textiles.

I really want to get into Oxford in order to study Medicine so any advice would be greatly appreciated
How tall are you?
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Most unis don't count general studies and critical thinking so they'll only really recognise 10. Plus you won't be able to do medicine with these, you need chemistry and biology and probably physics or maths/further maths.

What exam board are archaeology and leisure studies with? I didn't even know they were A-levels.
Leisure Studies- Edexcel
Archaeology- AQA
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1. Biggest BS I've heard in a long time (no offence).

2. If true, then your school really needs a visit from Ofsted.

3. To study medicine in any uni, you need Biology, Chemistry and Maths and to have a chance to get into oxbridge, just take another subject which you think you will enjoy...
Literally my thought process! XD
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How tall are you?
Around 4'10"
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Around 4'10"
Thanks.
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