If I want to do Biomedical Engineering, is AL in Maths/FM/Bio/Physics a good combo

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Don't like Chemistry, good at Physics and Math (though I'm not sure that'll last in A Levels, I'm only a GCSE student).
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I did those A levels and got offers from all my options including getting an offer from Imperial. So yes it's fine, I think most places ask for maths, physics then another science. Although further maths always is good to have if you can manage it.

Good luck in your A levels though!
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Have you actually looked at the entry requirements for this degree course at a range of different Universities?
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I have, generally, you just need Math and Physics. I forgot to type out a good chunk in my question, sorry! I meant to ask if taking 4 A levels is too much? Is the workload for Biology a lot? Since it's basically memorising, while Physics is logical. I haven't been able to find concrete answers about the workload increase when taking FM as a 4th A-Level, which lead me to ask this question.
Also, does taking FM in A Levels put you ahead of peers (in terms of courses) who haven't in college?

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Have you actually looked at the entry requirements for this degree course at a range of different Universities?
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