Is psychology, biology and health and social care a good combination?

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Allybear_
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I am thinking of changing my chosen business a level to health and social care btec as I’ve done it in gcse and quite liked it although there is a lot of coursework. However I think those three is a better combination. Should I change it? And is health and social care btec accepted by universities? I will check but just wanted to know if is generally accepted. I was thinking of either studying psychology or medicine at university so please let me know if they are a good combination for that.
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(Original post by Allybear_)
I am thinking of changing my chosen business a level to health and social care btec as I’ve done it in gcse and quite liked it although there is a lot of coursework. However I think those three is a better combination. Should I change it? And is health and social care btec accepted by universities? I will check but just wanted to know if is generally accepted. I was thinking of either studying psychology or medicine at university so please let me know if they are a good combination for that.
For medicine you have to study biology and chemistry a levels, other healthcare professions can accept the btec and there will be psychology universities that would accept the btec but not all of them.
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For medicine you have to study biology and chemistry a levels, other healthcare professions can accept the btec and there will be psychology universities that would accept the btec but not all of them.
Ok Thankyou and do you think the health and social care btec would be better than the business a level?
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Ok Thankyou and do you think the health and social care btec would be better than the business a level?
It's about what fits you best really but if you prefer coursework it could be a good option to go for.
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