Is doing 3 sciences for Nat 5 worth it?

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I need to choose my subjects for Nat 5's soon and I'm considering doing 3 sciences, as I would like to study medicine in uni.
Is it too much?
Should I not do biology and just crash higher it in S5?
I'm really unsure and any help will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks
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I need to choose my subjects for Nat 5's soon and I'm considering doing 3 sciences, as I would like to study medicine in uni.
Is it too much?
Should I not do biology and just crash higher it in S5?
I'm really unsure and any help will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks
I'd recommend doing all 3.
3 sciences are not that bad at Nat5, and even as you get older it's not the terrifying mix that people think it is.
Also, I don't recommend crashing bio, it's is a massive memory game at H/AH and Nat5 is good practice.
Hope you get all the subjects you want!
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I'd recommend doing all 3.
3 sciences are not that bad at Nat5, and even as you get older it's not the terrifying mix that people think it is.
Also, I don't recommend crashing bio, it's is a massive memory game at H/AH and Nat5 is good practice.
Hope you get all the subjects you want!
Thanks! I keep on getting mixed messages from most people so thanks for clearing things up
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I'd recommend doing all 3.
3 sciences are not that bad at Nat5, and even as you get older it's not the terrifying mix that people think it is.
Also, I don't recommend crashing bio, it's is a massive memory game at H/AH and Nat5 is good practice.
Hope you get all the subjects you want!
Thanks! I keep on getting mixed messages from most people so thanks for clearing things up. Just wondering what did you get on the three
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I need to choose my subjects for Nat 5's soon and I'm considering doing 3 sciences, as I would like to study medicine in uni.
Is it too much?
Should I not do biology and just crash higher it in S5?
I'm really unsure and any help will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks
Yeah,
If you're planning on doing crash higher Bio you may as well pick up the N5 knowledge as higher is essentially just a more complicated version of the S4 course.
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Yeah,
If you're planning on doing crash higher Bio you may as well pick up the N5 knowledge as higher is essentially just a more complicated version of the S4 course.
Thanks. I know what I’m going to do
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