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What a levels do I need in I’m interested
Bio chemistry and what else?
If someone to pick physcology wouldn’t that be accepted
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Look at what potential university wants.
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(Original post by Pearlfection1)
Look at what potential university wants.
They said they don’t want maths further maths together or bio and human bio
Is physicllogy same as bio and chem
Bu they preferably want maths so yeh
Gonna speak to parents
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Psychology or physiology?
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Psychology or physiology?
First On I picked for taster since I’m in year 10 but I’m not planning on taking I’m planning on talking bio maths and chemistry
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Yh bio maths and chem
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Any other A-level in addition to bio/chem will be fine but another science may give you more talking points in an interview.
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Yh bio maths and chem
But it’s hard
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Honestly if I was you I would do geography, its a pretty easy a-level that is looked favourably upon.
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Maths, Chem and bio is arguably the holy trinity of subjects, you can pretty much do anything with good grades in these
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Honestly if I was you I would do geography, its a pretty easy a-level that is looked favourably upon.
I do geography at GCSE but a level is so hard
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Its really not, compared to any other subject.
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Its really not, compared to any other subject.
Do u do geography
May seem easy for u tough
I do enjoy it but doesnt flow for me
Any tips on doing well
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I don't, I did Bio/Chem/Phys. Btw Im not a dentist. And honestly the best tip is to word hard through AS/A2 the jump from gcse was massive and I wasnt prepared in year 12 therefore had to work twice as hard at A2.
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Maths is a good third subject because it opens a lot of doors in other areas (economics, materials science, computer science). Entry into dentistry is extremely competitive so it's important to have a good backup plan.
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