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I have taken 4 subjects for my Pearson A levels: Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics. I have decided to study medicine in university. What I want to know is what papers do I have to answer for Mathematics. I want to know the paper combinations. Please help!
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You mean the maths A level? So you will have three papers for maths. Depending on your exam board, there will be different topics in some of them.
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Maths is not a required A level for Medicine so it won't matter.
Regardless, as far as I know, for exam boards in England there is no choice of Maths papers - if you're an international students then you need to say so and which board you are taking.
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