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    In my school it is compulsory to do 4 a levels. Im doing bio chem and maths and psychology but i drop psychology cause it was a bit too much and business was the onlyone in the block. So i've done business for quite sometime and i've been doing research and found out it was soft after finding the subject easy . So i was wondering would did this hinder my chances of getting into medicine compared to doing psychology.
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    (Original post by officialzak_2001)
    In my school it is compulsory to do 4 a levels. Im doing bio chem and maths and psychology but i drop psychology cause it was a bit too much and business was the onlyone in the block. So i've done business for quite sometime and i've been doing research and found out it was soft after finding the subject easy . So i was wondering would did this hinder my chances of getting into medicine compared to doing psychology.
    Nope.

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    (Original post by Doonesbury)
    Nope.

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    Really!! do you mean NO it can't be soft??
    Im gonna drop it so will that help\?
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    (Original post by officialzak_2001)
    Really!!
    Im gonna drop it so will that help\?
    Are you applying next year? If so yes you can drop it now.
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    (Original post by Doonesbury)
    Are you applying next year? If so yes you can drop it now.
    Yh i'm applying next year. I can only drop it after the first year.
    By the way did you mean taking business or psychology will hinder my chances. Plz Explain
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    (Original post by officialzak_2001)
    Yh i'm applying next year. I can only drop it after the first year.
    By the way did you mean taking business or psychology will hinder my chances. Plz Explain
    Your OP closing question was would it hinder you. To which the answer is No.

    Your offer, should you get one, will be for 3 A-levels.

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    As far as I know, both Business and Psychology are soft. However, I think that for Trinity College (and many others) only require you to have two facilitating subject, let alone three or four.
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    (Original post by Thilimages)
    As far as I know, both Business and Psychology are soft. However, I think that for Trinity College (and many others) only require you to have two facilitating subject, let alone three or four.
    Only about 3% of successful Medicine applicants to Cambridge don't have 3 sciences. Trinity, and others, require 3 sciences.

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    Ah sorry, unaware of the specifics for medicine. Thanks.
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