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You have to do at least 2 sciences and maths or 3 sciences and then another subject, something practical or literature, to show that you are an all rounded person. But you will need a lot of experience with animals. Latin also helps with medicines and such, I'm doing Latin, it's really easy if you have a good teacher.

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Q: Do you have to do a-level and gcse maths to be a vet?

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IGCSE maths is allot more difficult then GCSE maths and so is any grade you wish to obtain. A C grade at GCSE is roughly 35% whilst at GCSE is 60%

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Maths, English and Science :)

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yes you do need maths GCSE grade C to go to uni

science , maths , english , drama , gcse....... Expect he didnt do the following : science , maths , english , drama , gcse.

You just bases of maths :) No need to have a Maths GCSE :)

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It depends entirely on which GCSE you are taking. Like, for example, I know that Music GCSE is out of 80 and Maths is out of 200. It varies subject to subject.

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