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i want to go into medecine/surgery.
im going to take biology and chemistry for alevel but dont know what to take for my third subject.
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Do something your good at as you’ll need at least an A
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For most Unis the 3rd subject is not specified - so do the subject you will enjoy the most and where you feel most confident of getting a A grade.

Lots of info here about 'Applying for Medicine' - https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki/medicine
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(Original post by spider.)
i want to go into medecine/surgery.
im going to take biology and chemistry for alevel but dont know what to take for my third subject.
As above pick whatever you think you can get an A in, unless you want to apply to Cambridge, where they will want you to do Bio, Chem and either Physics or Maths.

Have a look here for more A Level combinations required for Medicine!
https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=5611422
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