What can I do with A level Maths, Biology, Chemistry and Psychology?Watch
I'm still not sure if I want to be a doctor and I want to know what else I can do?
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What other amazing careers and uni courses can i get into. I dnt want a 9 to 5 desk job. I was thinking natural science degree or biochem wid molecular med. Any suggestions ?
Hey people i need some help. What if you fail ur chemistry AS level exam? Should i continue chemistry to 13th year or is it okay if i drop it? Is there any degree which doesn't require chemistry? I have biology,physics and general paper. So what other subject should i opt in the 13th year to get any possible degree? can anybody please help me decide. is there any universith which could give me an admission without chemistryy?
hi i need help, iv done chemistry, biology, psychology and art at AS( got A,A,B,B grade),,,i have an interest in pharmacy and was wondering what i can drop from psychology and art,,,,,,,, and still get into pharmacy?
I need help
For my A levels I am studying Chemistry Psychoology English literature and Btec Health and Social!
I am in my first year of sixth form and I wanted to do Biology instead of health and social but I was unable to because I got a C!
Now I don't know what career I can do with the subjects I have picked!
Is it still possible to do optometry without biology?
Please help me to choose the possible career a I can choose with the subjects I have selected!
Carry on with what you feel is the easiest you can handle. A2 Chemistry and Biology have a lot more content and you will need to focus a lot more on them. If you enjoy Art and you feel it's a lighter weight load compared to Psychology then carry on with it as it'llgive you variation. However, if you feel that Psychology is a lot easier for you then carry on with that. Essentially you need a subject that will keep you sane throughout A2 but one that won't take too much off your time / focus with Chemistry, Biology.
I NEED HELP. I am currently doing 4 a levels at a2 but I want to drop one, Im confused between psychology and chemistry, I'm not really sure what it is I want to do at uni maybe optom, my predicted grade is B for chem and A for psyc. The other two a levels I am doing are bio and maths both at a predicted at an A.
Look at what uni you want to go to and drop the one which benefits you the least
For my Alevels I am doing biology, Chemistry and Maths.
What courses can I enter to?