What are good combinations at a level for medicine? I'm so confused :(

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Please help me, my application form deadline is next week and I have no idea :( ahhhhh

Posted Thu 23rd February, 2012 @ 19:39 by Former Member

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well i think you need chemistry and biology to get into medicine, with that do a humanities subject like english for example and smthing else random that u like!

Answered Thu 23rd February, 2012 @ 19:50 by Lamise Hassan
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What he said. I took Biology, Chemistry, Maths (Mechanics) and RE (P+AE). RE because med. school want you to have an ethical side.

Answered Thu 23rd February, 2012 @ 19:51 by Nearly Einstein
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im a she thanks very much! lol

Answered Thu 23rd February, 2012 @ 19:55 by Lamise Hassan
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If you took all sciences and maths you would become a strong contender if you get the A/A* grades obviously, but yeah I'm taking Chemistry, Biology, Maths with statistics and R.E (Islam) Good luck in achieving your goals everyone! :)

Answered Thu 23rd February, 2012 @ 20:03 by Ameenah:)
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do you think a language is good or not like should i just stick to sciene and maths peeps?

Answered Thu 23rd February, 2012 @ 20:06 by Former Member
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I went on a MEDlink course and you don't actually NEED biology, although it is preferred of course. What you need is chemistry, but you can do a foundation year in chemistry if you haven't done it at A level. They like to see that you are well-rounded so it's good to have an A level language/humanities subject. You also need to make sure you have LOADS of work experience for it. Hope this helps.

Answered Fri 24th February, 2012 @ 11:35 by Alice