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    The two subjects clash in my option column and I have to choose one by Friday or else I'm stuck with the options I've picked.

    I'm currently doing Biology, Chemistry, Religious Studies and Maths. My school only allow us to do four A-levels. You might mistake me as a sciencey sort of person - I'm really not, I enjoy English and humanities so much more and find chemistry dull. Buuuuut at GCSE I struggled with the English exams because I'd always run out of time so it was best not to pick that and the Chemistry column had no other interesting subjects in it and seeing as I had an A* at GCSE it seemed the only way to go.

    With my current subjects I have the right selection to study medicine which is one route I'm currently considering, although am still unsure (dw I do work experience and volunteering and I know how competitive it is. Another route I'm thinking of is law, especially human rights.

    I enjoy History a lot more than maths. I got an A* in both (I was 24 marks above the boundary in maths and the only A* in my school in history). I also had a distinction in additional Maths. It's not natural where maths is concerned however, and I have to work at it.

    So what should I pick? I'm so confused and I can never make decisions for myself lol. What degrees can I look at with Bio Chem RE and History/Maths?

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    I think the important thing is to follow your passion life. I like maths so that is what I want to do if you don't then why go down a career path that you dont enjoy? And if its just a degree you want but you don't plan on using the maths degree specifically then why specifically choose a subject you don't like when it doesn't make a lot of difference?

    If you enjoyed both subjects equally then I would recommend you to go the maths route because it does have very strong career prospects. you have stated you don't. So it sounds like your choice should be obvious.

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