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Do u think someone who doesn’t love science should do bio and chem at a level ? I’m so confused because I’ve never really loved it when I did double science. However I feel like the medicine field is so worth it , I don’t know cus I wanted to do psychology economics and English
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I feel like if I don’t do bio and chem at a level I will regret it since the jobs in medicine are so rewarding . But I’ve wanted to do psychology English and economics. I don’t know I’ve neber loved bio and Chem but I would do it if it was worth it
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I’m in the exact same situation as you. I’m considering doing applied science instead along with three other subjects so I can drop science if I don’t like it but I’m so conflicted
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(Original post by Aimeejlm)
I’m in the exact same situation as you. I’m considering doing applied science instead along with three other subjects so I can drop science if I don’t like it but I’m so conflicted
Omg yeah but I’ve nevrr thought of doing applied IDKKKK
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Do u think someone who doesn’t love science should do bio and chem at a level ? I’m so confused because I’ve never really loved it when I did double science. However I feel like the medicine field is so worth it , I don’t know cus I wanted to do psychology economics and English
I mean, medicine isn't the same thing as GCSE double science or even pure biology or chemistry but at a fundamental level you have to be interested in science and the scientific method.

What is it that's attracted you to medicine?
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You will end up miserable at a level if you don't enjoy the subjects you take, and may end up under performing as a result. Even people who love the subjects end up just wanting it to end! Having said how set are you on medicine. That involves a lot of science too. What made you choose medicine?
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Well, as someone who’s just survived the A Level process, here’s what I think. The entry requirements for medicine are AAA/A*AA and getting those grades can be extremely challenging. At A Level, you have to learn about many things in a greater amount of detail and you really need to love the subject and be motivated to gain a true understanding of the content. If you don’t enjoy the subject, the 2 years are going to be a drag. Anyone reading this, please correct me if I’m wrong.
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