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If I want to become a neurosurgeon, should I pick double science or triple science for GCSE I am in Year 9
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Hi,

You should definitely pick triple science. The content is a little bit more compared to double but it will be more beneficial in the long run, especially if you want to enter the medical profession.
Hope this helps.
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i don't think it matters acc but triple science would be better as you'll cover all 3
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(Original post by A.M.C.)
Hi,

You should definitely pick triple science. The content is a little bit more compared to double but it will be more beneficial in the long run, especially if you want to enter the medical profession.
Hope this helps.
Thanks. much appreciated
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Hi,

You should definitely pick triple science. The content is a little bit more compared to double but it will be more beneficial in the long run, especially if you want to enter the medical profession.
Hope this helps.
Thanks. much appreciated

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i don't think it matters acc but triple science would be better as you'll cover all 3
ok thanks
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triple science definitely x
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triple science definitely x
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Picking triple science is advantageous in primarily tackling difficult A level concepts as it’s essentially a continuation. However, isn’t guaranteed an A*/A, this is down to how much work you put in. Double science is less preferable but doesn’t mean it will majorly impact you. The content at AS biology, you pretty much catch up from Triple Science, so either way. There’s not really much excuse.
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If I want to become a neurosurgeon, should I pick double science or triple science for GCSE I am in Year 9
Hi!

I took triple science at GCSE and this really came useful when it came to me studying Biology at A level. I didn't really have an interest in another GCSE, which is why I took it in the first place. The only difference between double and triple science is the depth of content in triple.

I hope this helps and good luck!
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Hi!

I took triple science at GCSE and this really came useful when it came to me studying Biology at A level. I didn't really have an interest in another GCSE, which is why I took it in the first place. The only difference between double and triple science is the depth of content in triple.

I hope this helps and good luck!
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thank you so much
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