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    Hi,

    Do you have to do Maths in order to study Medicine at Cambridge, Imperial, Kings and UCL??
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    (Original post by wigman15)
    Hi,

    Do you have to do Maths in order to study Medicine at Cambridge, Imperial, Kings and UCL??
    no just Chemistry is essential but, to stand a good chance, you would need Biology and another science really
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    I'm doing Bio, Chem, Fre and Spa. Would I stand a good chance??
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    Yes, except for at Cambridge, who would require a third science subject (i.e. Maths or Physics). I'm not 100% sure on the others. Didn't you (or someone else) ask this yesterday?
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    (Original post by wigman15)
    I'm doing Bio, Chem, Fre and Spa. Would I stand a good chance??
    Yes, I am sure you would given that all those subjects are academic and having a multi-ligual ability is an asset...however, the best place to be reassured is to consult the website for those unis
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    Nope..I asked about how to stand out.

    So, I won't be able to enter for Cambridge then?
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    (Original post by wigman15)
    I'm doing Bio, Chem, Fre and Spa. Would I stand a good chance??
    If you drop a Language next year, could you not pick up Physics or something?
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    (Original post by wigman15)
    Nope..I asked about how to stand out.

    So, I won't be able to enter for Cambridge then?
    Oxford is more leanient I think...it is almost impossible to stand out nowadays!
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    (Original post by Blamps)
    Oxford is more leanient I think...it is almost impossible to stand out nowadays!
    http://www.admissions.ox.ac.uk/courses/enreq.shtml#tab go there if you are interested in the entrance requirements for Oxford
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    I know!!

    However, the reason why I did not continue with Maths and Physics was because I really do not like them (but I did achieve good results for them). So, I will wait and see.
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    Thanks for your help Blamps!!
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    (Original post by wigman15)
    Thanks for your help Blamps!!
    Does your school offer material's science A level (although I am not sure whether this is an accepted subject)
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    What's that??
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    (Original post by wigman15)
    What's that??
    Erm...a science investigating the properties of materials, practical uses...sounds interesting...it is offered as a degree at Oxford I know that so it must have some credibilty..however, it is a brand new A level I think
 
 
 
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