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    Biology HL
    German HL
    Economics HL
    Maths SL
    English SL
    Japanese SL

    I am clueless to what I want to study, but I'm worried that I've limited myself to what I can actually do with these subjects (Law, for example)

    Is this the case? Thanks
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    (Original post by Dominicoben)
    Biology HL
    German HL
    Economics HL
    Maths SL
    English SL
    Japanese SL

    I am clueless to what I want to study, but I'm worried that I've limited myself to what I can actually do with these subjects (Law, for example)

    Is this the case? Thanks
    There are plenty of options open to you with your subject combo, don't worry. Take these examples for instance:

    Modern languages (with German HL and Japanese SL)
    Psychology or Biology (Bio HL)
    Business and Economics with Econ HL, although top unis ask for Maths HL for Economics.
    Law is definitely a realistic option, given that you have a number of essay writing and analytical subjects at HL. You could even combine it with German and spend a year abroad - whatever floats your boat

    Hope that helped!
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    Thanks!!
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    Yeah they're fine, you took a wide range of different subjects which is always good at letting you apply to very different subjects. The only area I see you potentially having trouble in is chemistry/physics since they're usually an absolute requirement to studying subject. You took maths and biology though so that still leaves a lot of room to apply to other sciences. Good luck.
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    i would suggest that you drop japanese and take up something else
 
 
 
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