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    I'm doing my gcses this year so choosing a levels for next year. I definitely want to do chemistry, maths (+ FM because it's either that or critical thinking) and am 90% sure about doing art - though it's a lot of work!!For my 5th choice I'm debating whether to do geography or biology. I'm trying to line up my career options for something chemistry related or art related - I don't want to be a doctor/ vet/ medic or anything like that though. I would do biology if it wasn't for the fact that i can find it quite tedious sometimes - there is a lot of learning and regurgitating at the moment. Geography is much more interactive and interesting it seems but the combination of art, chemistry, maths and geography is a bit odd.How essential is it to have more than one science to go into chemistry? Thanks
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    well to go into a science course you need 2 sciences and a lot of universities regard maths and geography as sciences
    so essentially you are doing 3 sciences (chemistry,maths, geography) which is enough to do science at university
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    (Original post by dtin)
    well to go into a science course you need 2 sciences and a lot of universities regard maths and geography as sciences
    so essentially you are doing 3 sciences (chemistry,maths, geography) which is enough to do science at university
    Oh I didnt know that, so it doesn't matter too much then if I take geography. Thank you
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    (Original post by Jen*34)
    Oh I didnt know that, so it doesn't matter too much then if I take geography. Thank you
    yeah you could always drop it after AS but i suppose the more sciences you have done then the the more likely it is that universities will accept at least 2 of them
 
 
 
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