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What subjects do i need to take to become a doctor?

At GCSE, you will need excellent grades in Maths, Chemistry, Biology, Physics and English Language. Ideal candidates will have at least 8 A* - B grades For A-Level, Maths & Chemistry are usually compulsory, with biology as an additional subject. It's best to look at the grade and entry requirements of specific courses at specific universities before making a decision.

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Hiya! You will need GCSE and A level qualifications in: - Mathematics - Chemistry - Physics - Biology to be able to do an undergraduate degree in Medicine.

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Hiya! You will need to have both GCSE and A level qualifications in: - Biology - Chemistry - Mathematics - Physics To be able to do an undergraduate degree in Medicine

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