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Hi, I'm currently going to enrol to college but I'm unsure what A-levels I should take. I want to do an undergraduate in psychology and pharmacology and then a master in psychology and psychopharmacology and then a PhD in one of them. What A-levels should I take and is there any A level I don't have to do? I know that I could do a foundation year at some universities if I don't choose the correct options. Thank you
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You're probably best off looking at specific uni websites you might be interested in - for each course they usually have a list of required subjects (and maybe subjects they won't accept). Then look at grade requirements, if they're high you'll be best off picking acceptable A levels you know you'll do well in (based on past experience in that subject or similar ones).
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Do universities accept medical scincentives as opposed to biology? And which would be best to take?
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