(Original post by Med Student)
I can help you out. Here's my thoughts based on your choices.
You chose subjects that would make you eligible to study medicine at any uni. I know i'm studying medicine and your choices would be perfect.
If you like working with people and have good communication skills...
Medicine (like me), Nursing, psychology...
Or if you like more research and development (i.e. labwork) and creating stuff...
Biotech, Biochem, chem engineering.
If you are going down medicine, your prospects with that combination are really really promising.
I chose maths, chemistry, biology, physics and doing medicine, though i was constantly debating whether i should choose physics or english. Both are equally relevant to medicine.
Unfortunately, choosing maths and two sciences really constricts your options. You may be outgunned in law by those choosing history, social sciences and more english based subjects. In engineering, you pose the risk of being outcompeted by those taking creative subjects like design or art.
And you're doing 5 a-levels? Really you don't need to but ok. If you are doing med, forget history of art as unis only look at 4 at the highest level anyway. Better to get high marks than ok marks on 5 or stressing yourself out on 5.
Good luck with choosing your career. Look at some career websites like allaboutcareers or just online. Don't leave the decision too late though because you do want to maximize time spending work experience etc. for your relevant subject.
Are these subjects you enjoy the most and do well in? Because if you do, i highly recommend medicine.