Is psychology a level along 3 science a levels acceptable for medical universities

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Im currently doing chemistry, biology, physics and math statistics for as level but i really wanna do psychology and drop math stats, im just not sure if itll be acceptable for medical universities.???
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Hi TayyabahZ,

Entry requirements vary across universities. However, speaking for Sheffield, our MBChB Medicine degree course accepts any combination of two sciences alongside another A level, so long as one is Chemistry or Biology. Psychology is considered as one of these, but in your case you have both Chem/Bio so you would be fine to apply! The University also requires a minimum score of 2420/3600 in the UCAT for an application to be considered, so this is worth thinking about as well. Find more information on the Medicine course page here:

https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/medicine...-medicine-a100

The British Medical Association also has a guide on applying to study medicine, which can be found here:

https://www.bma.org.uk/advice-and-su...dying-medicine

I hope this helps and best of luck with your A levels!

- Kelton
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