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    (Original post by navarre)
    It's hard. Probably the hardest subject I do, and right now I'm doing it at AS. It's a HUGE step up for someone like me, who got an A* in GCSE biology- but if you want to do it, then go for it.
    I have an A* in Biology in O levels, should i take it in A levels? I actually wanna do engineering but Bio-technology interests me as well. Since the engineering part is getting pretty crowded. Need some advice please.
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    That's a decision you really need to make for yourself. If you are struggling with maths and physics, the requisite A-levels for engineering then perhaps Biochemistry or Biology would be more your thing. Biotechnology is just as crowded really - I just graduated from Warwick and a lot of people are either unemployed or have left the industry. Some are sticking with further study, and only a few of those are in 'biotech' courses. I wouldn't concern yourself so much with the whole 'whats the crowded degree' thing because, end of the day, any field is a struggle...thats the point!
 
 
 
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