Can i take psychology A-level if i want to do medicine? Watch

Amarachi IB
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I had a clear vision of what A-levels I wanted to do: Chemistry, Biology, and Psychology. I wanted to try psychology because I found the topics in it interesting. I talked to my form leader and he says that it might not be a good choice. he says my other options are an AS in maths (because im not strong in it) Chemistry, Biology, and also RS because it is my best subject and im most likely to get an A. im worried that Rs isn't the best choice for medicine and am looking for advice on this.especialy if somone has done psycology and gone on to do medicine? please help!
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If you’re interested in Psychology then go for it! I’m currently studying it and I love it. I’m not sure how it works in England, but if you already have the required subjects for medicine then I don’t see why not, I’d say it’s about your happiness and how much you enjoy the courses you choose No point in regretting it in a few years.
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