Are my GCSEs good enough to do something in science? Watch
Maths - A
Physics - A
Biology - B
Chemistry - B
English - B
History - A
RE - C
German - B
ICT - B
Did not read all of post. Your GCSE results will allow you to take the sciences at A-level and provided you do well at A-level then you can do a science degree at university
If you like Physics/Maths then FM is a very big help for those sorts of courses at University. Also, FM is liked/preferred/helpful for other degrees like Economics and Computer Science.
Just doing the AS in further maths would still be helpful. I am doing Core modules 1-4, Further Pure 1, Statistics 1-2 and Decision maths 1-2 (so an A2 in maths and AS in FM) to complement my Physics, chemistry and biology. Dropping biology and FM in the 2nd year so I can concentrate on physics, maths and chemistry since offers are only usually made on 3 subjects -- sometimes 4 at oxbridge, usually if FM is offered to A2)
Here are my grades, could you suggest something I could be or do in university? I'm so lost!
There are obviously many more degrees that you could go and do, but ultimately it is up to you and what you enjoy. Just take the time to sit back and think about it. If you say you want to do something science-y, surely you've thought about it before? Think back to when you saw yourself doing science, and ask what you saw yourself doing. Don't feel overly constrained by what your school offers at A level either. Some degree courses don't even need you take the course at A level, Psychology, for example. Just do the relevant research and make an informed decision.
Sorry, that got a bit lengthy :P