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What subjects should you take at GCSE to become a docter?

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2010-10-03 11:20:37
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Definaltely science but not sure what else

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Take the subjects that your good at it and you have confidence! But also it must have sense to your aim...


if your school offers then: health and social care



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Mabey PE and it depends on what field you do in the police force


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In short - Yes. Most people are aware that there are a number of "core" subjects which students need to study in order to gain good college and university places, and to succeed in the work place. Typically, GCSE English, GCSE Maths and the GCSE dual Science syllabus are the "big three" subjects in this respect, and most employers and further or higher education establishments stipulate grade C or above for GCSE Maths, GCSE English and GCSE dual science as the syllabus for each of these subjects is considered to teach students skills which are vital for all aspects of life. For more information see Which GCSEs should I take link.


GCSE wise you'll need A*-C grades in Chemistry, Biology, English & Maths. They're the main ones I think.


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Just choose subjects that you enjoy or your favourites


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