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I just got my gcse results. I did double science and got a B for both core and additional.
For Alevels I have applied to study biology,chemistry, psychology and health.
However I'm not sure about choosing chemistry as many people who I know say that they find it difficult and most of them did triple science and got A's. The reason why I chose these subjects is because I want to go on to do medicine in uni.
Please help with any suggestion and how I could achieve a good grade. Thanks.
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Hi, I also got BB in core and additional science and chose chemistry, biology, psychology and sociology in year 12. But I had to drop Chemistry as it was too hard and same as you; most people in my class had done triple with A's.
Chemistry is quite challenging, but I don't think its impossible for you, just stay on track with everything you've done and make sure you understand it before moving on Theres also a fair amount of maths in chemistry. Goos luck!
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