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    I was pretty pleased with my AS results but I'm completely unsure about how to even start considering courses, I've been juggling all sorts of courses all year and now that I have my results I know what I'm capable I need to buckle down and pick but I don't know where to start!

    I got an A in Chemistry, Biology and Psychology and a B in Maths.

    Any Ideas of where to start?
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    Hey there.
    Good job on your excellent results. I suggest looking at websites such as these, which give a brief overview of several popular degrees. Make a note which you kind of find interesting, before researching further details such as employment, course details of potential universities etc.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education...egree-courses/

    http://www.theguardian.com/education...ucationsubject

    Theres tonnes of science related profiles on these websites such as engineering, psychology, nursing etc.

    Take a careful read and see where it heads! Tell us more if you find something in particular

    (Original post by rnmansour)
    I was pretty pleased with my AS results but I'm completely unsure about how to even start considering courses, I've been juggling all sorts of courses all year and now that I have my results I know what I'm capable I need to buckle down and pick but I don't know where to start!

    I got an A in Chemistry, Biology and Psychology and a B in Maths.

    Any Ideas of where to start?
 
 
 
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