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I would love to study medicine but want to keep my options as broad as possible.
The universities I have contacted were very helpful but I am still confused about whether I need to do higher maths? It seems to me that physics is a suitable replacement but could someone clarify this?
Thanks so much ;-)
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If you are also taking chemistry and biology at higher, then you can take physics instead of maths. Scottish universities ask for chemistry, and one/two out of physics, maths and biology
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It's up to you, maths or physics will suffice at higher
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