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    So I got BBBB in Bio,Chem, Eng (Combined) & Computing.

    Do you think it's even worth me pursuing a degree any more? I like Chemistry but didn't do particularly well at it. The only other subject I enjoy is English but I don't feel it's really worth taking it at degree level.

    I'm stuck at what to do and wondered if anyone could offer some good advice?

    AS I assume? Nothing wrong with that, I got BBBC and it's not stopping me (hopefully)!

    I've found places (Birmingham for example) - BSci Chemistry - typical BBB.

    Plenty of places with MChem or BSci for ABB as well, should you not feel it's too out of range, heck, i'm going to try

    Better going for something you enjoy though but i'd say maybe spend the £21 or whatever it is applying now for mid-range university courses, see if you get some offers. If you decide then you don't want to go/do that, withdraw and take another route.
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    A Level actually, currently on a gap year. I'm doing two external resits, but I only really expect to get anything out of the English resit (as it's so close to the grade boundary). I don't know whether ABBB would increase my profile though as the A would be in arts and not science....
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