Thanks a lot! One more query..... what 7th subject?
I think I've made my IB choices - just:
Do these seem like a good combo? Anyone doing physics standard level care to tell me what it's like?
So I'm thinking of studying medicine, and I'm thinking of choosing these subjects for IB:
HL- French B
What do you think? I know that going with four HL subjects is really hard, but I talked to my teacher and he said that if I really am going to study medicine, I should be able to cope with four HL subjects. However, I've been studying French for about 7 years and got an A* in my IGCSE when I did it early, without spending much time on it. I found the IGCSE course quite easy.... So I was thinking about trying to get the bilingual diploma by taking French A2 standard level instead of french B, but i donno how difficult it will be... I like french and I'm willing to work a bit extra but I just wanted to know how big a difference there is between French B HL and A2 SL.....
I'm in Year 11 and I'm starting the IB diploma next year, with the intention of doing Medicine or really any Biological/Natural Science at University. Really, really passionate about this. At the moment I'm predicted all As/A*s at GCSE so I know I've got the ability.
HL: Biology, Chemistry, Geography
SL: Maths, German, English Lit
But I'm in a slight dilemma because I also know I'm a solid Mathematician (my teacher said so himself), and don't whether a uni course in this field may perhaps be more ideal for me
I even sat my Maths GCSE in year 10, obtaining A*, so have the understanding that a Maths/Economics route may POSSIBLY be more suited for me. Admittedly, I also have a strong interest in this.
I was just wondering what sort of subject combination would give me the prospect of doing Medicine or Sciences at the best or most competitive of Unis, without hampering eligibility for Economics or Maths
It's just so I can be eligible for both fields, in case I change my mind midway through the diploma