Are you able to get into a medical school if you do AS Biology, AS Chemistry, AS Maths and BTEC Science?

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I was thinking of dropping AS Physics and do BTEC Science because I am finding Physics harder than what i thought, but I am confused  that I will make a decission that i will regret when it comes to applying for a Medical School after my A LEVEL. Can anyone help me please if you have any advice to give me!!!

Posted Thu 15th November, 2012 @ 22:42 by Tia

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I think you just need an A level in biology and chemistry then either physics or maths so you could always just drop AS physics and carry on with your other subjects.

Answered Fri 16th November, 2012 @ 11:03 by Joanne
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Haha! That means I could! If I got straight As - not likely!

Answered Sun 18th November, 2012 @ 11:12 by Hannah
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I think it depends on what you really want to be in life. you dont really need physics tbh to go into medicine, unless you want to be a radiographer or audiologist or something like that.

biology and chemistry should do the job!

Answered Sun 25th November, 2012 @ 01:35 by Re-Re