A Levels or equivalent
To get into medical school you will need at least three A Levels with high grades.
Specific entry requirements vary by university, but good choices of A Levels for dentistry include Biology and Chemistry are usually considered required subjects.
What subjects do you need to become a dentist?
The majority of programs require at least 90 credits be completed at the time of application, or in some cases a full baccalaureate degree. These credits must include studies in biology, general chemistry, organic chemistry, physics, anatomy, biochemistry, immunology, physiology, math and English composition.
What GCSEs do you need to be a dentist?
We require at least five GCSEs at grade A or A*. English Language, Mathematics and at least two science subjects are required at GCSE minimum grade B. If Dual Award Science or Core and Additional Science are offered, the minimum required is BB.
Do you need chemistry A level for dentistry?
Standard A Level subjects for Dentistry are Biology and/or Chemistry, and most universities require you to have As in one or both.
Do you need physics to be a dentist?
Dental schools do not require a specific major in college. You can major in anything you like. Although admission requirements vary by program, most dental schools require certain science classes be completed. Classes in biology, physics, chemistry and organic chemistry are usually required.