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What courses should I consider?

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    I am currently taking GCSEs and have to choose my A level choices for next year. I want to take maths, further maths, chemistry and physics but I am unsure what university courses I could move to from there. With these A levels what courses can I take involving either science? Also, I have looked around and am appealed by engineering science, but what careers can follow from this degree?
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    You could do a variety of things, all types of engineering like chemical engineering, mechanical enginerring, aerospace engineering etc

    You could do any variants on physics, chemistry, maths courses

    When you have time you could check out UCAS, it has a course searcher and you can pick subject specific searches.
    For now just make sure you have picked subjects you enjoy, and academically your choices are all strong
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    You could do anything with A*s or As in those A Levels.

    Don't worry about a career just yet. Seriously. It'll change and develop in college.

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