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    Hi, I am currently in year 11 and i am planning on choosing the following subjects for A Level: biology, chemistry, psychology and maths.
    Since Dentistry is a very competitive course, I would like to know any top tips on how i can increase the chance of me successfully getting into dentistry.
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    For now, concentrate on the best possible gcse grades as that will.allow you more options uni wise. Maybe some work experience after your exams or at least start looking for some.
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    (Original post by redhelen)
    For now, concentrate on the best possible gcse grades as that will.allow you more options uni wise. Maybe some work experience after your exams or at least start looking for some.
    Okay, thank you for your reply.
    I am aiming to get all 7/8/9 in my GCSE's hopefully
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    It's the 8 and 9s that will give you the most choice BUT the game isn't over if you don't get them. Aim high but don't let yourself get too stressed as 5hat will be counter productive.
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    (Original post by redhelen)
    It's the 8 and 9s that will give you the most choice BUT the game isn't over if you don't get them. Aim high but don't let yourself get too stressed as 5hat will be counter productive.
    Yup, obviously aiming for top grades in all subjects !!
    Also, one of my teachers is able to secure some work experience for me so hopefully i will be able to get in some work experience which shows my interest in the course, etc.
 
 
 
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