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    I was wondering if this is a good choice to pick: Physics, Maths and computer science ... will it open a lot of doors for me in uni when deciding what to study? btw can i do science/medical related degree in uni with these subjects? and can i do a mathematics as a degree in university without doing further maths in A levels?

    my second choice was: Chemistry, Physics and maths ... but i think this combination might be too hard for me ...
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    Medical-based degrees such as medicine, biomedical science and medical sciences usually require biology and chemistry (or sometimes one or the other).

    The best thing you can do is grab a bunch of uni websites (you dont need to be thinking about going there) and just check out any courses that interest you. See what their requirements are. Look at medical related ones, maths ones, Russel group, modern universities and gather what courses you can and can't do with your first choice a-levels and make any changes you need or want to make based off of that.
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    (Original post by yeahthatonethere)
    Medical-based degrees such as medicine, biomedical science and medical sciences usually require biology and chemistry (or sometimes one or the other).

    The best thing you can do is grab a bunch of uni websites (you dont need to be thinking about going there) and just check out any courses that interest you. See what their requirements are. Look at medical related ones, maths ones, Russel group, modern universities and gather what courses you can and can't do with your first choice a-levels and make any changes you need or want to make based off of that.
    ok thank you i will go and do this now
 
 
 
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