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    Alright, last year I chose to do History, Chemistry, Biology and unfortunately Business studies. I only chose that as it was a choice between that media, sociology, art and physics. It was the only realistic
    choice for me but I am really regretting doing it. I know people say it is easy, and it is, if you can pull yourself to look at the
    book. It is by far my worst subject and I has absolutely no intrest in it at all. I recently recieved by predicted grades and they were aabd. I wan to apply for biochemistry/biology/biomedical science at a good uni. I'm wandering if this D will affect me much as I really don't see myself trying harder as I can't motivate myself to do anything with the subject
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    It depends, some top unis will offer AABe with little emphiasis on AS level, some however will insist on AABb, which could cause problems. Have a look at where you want to go and if you need AABb then pull your socks up and cram that business upto a B, if it doesnt then just take it easy and make sure you pass.
 
 
 
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