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    Are history, geography , biology and chemistry good A levels to take?
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    Are history, geography , biology and chemistry good A levels to take?
    They are well respected a levels which will allow you to apply to a range of courses at university. I did biology and chemistry so if you have any questions about those, feel free to ask me any questions
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    Are history, geography , biology and chemistry good A levels to take?
    I think they're a really good combination :yep:

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    They are well respected a levels which will allow you to apply to a range of courses at university. I did biology and chemistry so if you have any questions about those, feel free to ask me any questions
    Thank you! I thought they were an alright bunch, I'm not sure what to do at university yet but I have been interested in medicine but i also love humanities, so by doing chem and bio it would restrict my options )
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    Thank you! I thought they were an alright bunch, I'm not sure what to do at university yet but I have been interested in medicine but i also love humanities, so by doing chem and bio it would restrict my options )
    It offers the best of both worlds really, you don't really need to decide which route medicine or humanities until after you take your AS exams. You have a good amount of time to do your research plus fully decide what is best for you. If you are considering applying to medicine, start your preparation early since it is a hugely competitive course and you need to sort your work experience/voluntary placements quite early on.
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    It offers the best of both worlds really, you don't really need to decide which route medicine or humanities until after you take your AS exams. You have a good amount of time to do your research plus fully decide what is best for you. If you are considering applying to medicine, start your preparation early since it is a hugely competitive course and you need to sort your work experience/voluntary placements quite early on.
    yeah im planning on doing some voluntary work at my local hospital this summer
 
 
 
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