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what do you recommend,
people had to vote for the physics options and medical physics didnt come 1st
i was looking online and the people who did maths and fm and did a bmat got higher compared to if they did physics
for medicine in a high uni (hopefully) what would they like?
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what do you recommend,
people had to vote for the physics options and medical physics didnt come 1st
i was looking online and the people who did maths and fm and did a bmat got higher compared to if they did physics
for medicine in a high uni (hopefully) what would they like?
There's a thread for questions like these: https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=5611422

There is no "high" or "low" medical school. All medical degrees are the same and all doctors have equal opportunities to compete at specialty training with no extra points given to e.g. Oxbridge; there is no disadvantage if you graduated from places like Keele / St Andrews (non Russell Group).

Only Cambridge would prefer STEM for the third subject, no other Unis would. You could potentially be doing Arts / Politics for your third A-Levels. So choose Biology, Chemistry and any subject as your third (except General Studies / Critical Thinking / Further Maths!).

Many med schools will not like Maths and Further Maths together,
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There's a thread for questions like these: https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=5611422

There is no "high" or "low" medical school. All medical degrees are the same and all doctors have equal opportunities to compete at specialty training with no extra points given to e.g. Oxbridge; there is no disadvantage if you graduated from places like Keele / St Andrews (non Russell Group).

Only Cambridge would prefer STEM for the third subject, no other Unis would. You could potentially be doing Arts / Politics for your third A-Levels. So choose Biology, Chemistry and any subject as your third (except General Studies / Critical Thinking / Further Maths!).

Many med schools will not like Maths and Further Maths together,
can i ask why they dont like maths and further together?
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I would do physics instead as they count maths and further maths as one a level
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can i ask why they dont like maths and further together?
No particular reason - they see both as similar subjects perhaps.

The usual excluded subjects are:
(1) General Studies / Critical Thinking (both not offered any more)
(2) Further Maths in addition to Maths
(3) Foreign language that you speak natively.
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