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    (Original post by loukiawells)
    Yeah I completely agree with you. I'm thinking of maybe also doing either history or drama or psychology just because I enjoy all of them so much. But yeah I know what you mean about maths everything past gcse is a bit daunting. Thanks for your advice btw (:
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    Also, if there are clubs for those subjects like drama club you can just do that and then study history/psychology/both.
    That's what I'm thinking of doing, I know it won't be the same but I really like technology and computers so I might join robotics club or electronics club.
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    No I mean you cant do natural sciences without taking maths, with regards to subjects like the once you listed i think medicine would be most interesting hence why I'm contemplating it not just because of that, there are other factors obviously :'
    If you're absolutely sure, go for it. But medicine isn't something to go into because "it sounds interesting," just saying. You've gotta make sure passion and enthusiasm is there.
 
 
 
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