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I want to be a cardiologist in the future, i’m doing my GCSE’s next year, what a levels should I choose?

In order to become a cardiologist, you'd first have to complete a medical degree. Most UK universities require excellent GCSE and A-level results, with Chemistry and Biology being compulsory subjects. Maths is also advised, with a minimum grade A being achieved in all subjects. Once you complete the MBBS course, you'd enter foundation training and then specialise until you become a cardiologist.

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