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    (Original post by IRoranth)
    Oh, if that's the reason you're stuggling to pick- then don't worry too much!

    Looking at your A Levels, there are already so many oppurtunities available. Don't pick your a levels based on any particular degree, unless it's
    medicine of course, that's the worst mistake anyone could make.

    Trust me, your A Levels sound great already.
    But what i have picked do you think it could also for useful for medicine?

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    i picked psychology because it seems interesting an for GCSE i picked sociology so i've kind of learnt about it.
    Psychology is really interesting and enjoyable (for me at least). Some people tend to look down on it because it's such a popular A level but it's really good. A lot of the course will be focused on studying the behaviour of the individual more so than looking at society as sociology is (though there are some social aspects)

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