smithstar01
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Hi guys,

I am looking to study either medicine or vetinary science at university and I have just started my a levels. I took Biology ( 9 GCSE), Chemsitry (9 GCSE), Maths (9 GCSE) and Geog (7 GCSE) and an EPQ. However I really don’t enjoy geography and wondered if it would be a good idea to drop that and do an AS in Pyschology. If I did that I wouldn’t be able to do EPQ as they clash. Do you think that would be a good idea Maths, Biology, Chemsitry a level and Psychology AS? And would I get into medicine uni with them?
Any advice would be appreciated
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you can definitely get into uni with either of those subject combinations for medicine but ofc it totally depends on your grades (9s at GCSE is v promising though) so just do what you think would be more fun
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