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    I'm taking English Literature, Government and politics and business and I'm also going to take chemistry elsewhere as an external candidate.

    However, i spoke to some guy and he was saying why would you want to take chemistry because it would be of no use because you would need to take one more science like math, biology, physics.
    Should i take another science or should i just take the one. By the way maths isn't a strong subject for me so i'm not taking a level math.

    I just enjoy learning about science so i want to take one for an a level
    I'm not sure if 5 a levels including physics chemistry and the ones listed above would be sensible

    U would have a lot of work and probably struggle if your not a 110% hard working individual 100% of the time :P

    A level's require a LOT of work outside college/6 form, its a big step up from GCSE trust me i wish i knew how big a step it was before i started .

    And yea i get what u mean Science is really fun to learn! wish i took biology now hehe :3

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