so confused about A level choices neeeed heeelppWatch this thread
7: english lit
B: media studies
merit : btec sports
D: design tecnology (i wished i could've take a b in it because i have a good coursework but i didn't do well in my exam
c: in science (additional science)
D:in science a ( core science )
A*: in french and arabic (home language)
so my problem is i wanted to do chemistry and biology in A levels but i cannot do them with a c in science so i'm going to do Applied science but i really really want to do medecine in university so i'm planing to take maths, psychology, applied science for A levels and i will take a gap year so i will learn A level biology and Chemistry.
it is posibble can i do it ??? any comments about my message are really helpful thanks in advance.
is anyone doing Applied science in Alevel ?
It's important that before you go ahead down the road to do get to doing medicine that you think about whether you really enjoy studying science rather than just liking the idea of becoming a doctor etc. Especially because you'd be studying science/medicine almost non-stop for the best part of the next 10 years. A levels will be a big step up from gcse and its likely you will struggle with the content if you struggled with the gcse stuff. Also, though I haven't done applied science myself, I've heard the applied science is more of a stepping stone between gcses and alevels. Although it sounds like you're very passionate about doing medicine, make sure you're certain.
I'd suggest talking to teachers at your sixth form or college about what they think about it as they will be able to offer you much better advice.