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Hi Macy, I would recommend that you do Biology and Chemistry and then a third subject of your choice. Although, 4 A-Levels is not a requirement for most medical and veterinary schools it might be worth considering if you think you would be able to manage to work and still achieve top grades. My next piece of advice would be to do as much work experience as you can such as a boarding kennel for dogs or a veterinary practice. This will make you stand out amongst other candidates.
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