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    I'm 15 years old and a year 10 pupil in the UK. As part of a school prospectus program, we have to choose three careers in a specific field we would like to consider/pursue (my three are enlisted above) and I obviously chose biological sciences. I am extremely interested in biology of all kinds but would rather do a field-specific degree than a general 'biology degree'. Now that we're later in the program, we have to choose which of the three careers we definitely would like to do and produce a presentation.

    My question to all you helpfully brilliant people out there is this; which of the three topics above are:

    A. Most interesting
    B. Which opens the most doors, career wise.
    C. What each of them entail.

    I would love any personal experience included in any of the above fields as it would give me a better insight on what I could be looking at in the future. Thanks :confused:
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    I sucked balls at all 3 of them .
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    (Original post by JindleBrey)
    I sucked balls at all 3 of them .
    Meaning??...
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    (Original post by RonanFoley1)
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    You asked for personal experiences .. I did biology, which included those 3 topics, and I sucked really badly. When I was your age, I was full of dreams and had a lust for science. And NOW I HATE IT

    Hey, maybe one day you'll end up like me.
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    (Original post by JindleBrey)
    You asked for personal experiences .. I did biology, which included those 3 topics, and I sucked really badly. When I was your age, I was full of dreams and had a lust for science. And NOW I HATE IT

    Hey, maybe one day you'll end up like me.
    Lol this. I hate science soooo much now. I can't wait to graduate, become a corporate drone and earn the moneyzzz


    (Original post by RonanFoley1)
    I'm 15 years old and a year 10 pupil in the UK. As part of a school prospectus program, we have to choose three careers in a specific field we would like to consider/pursue (my three are enlisted above) and I obviously chose biological sciences. I am extremely interested in biology of all kinds but would rather do a field-specific degree than a general 'biology degree'. Now that we're later in the program, we have to choose which of the three careers we definitely would like to do and produce a presentation.

    My question to all you helpfully brilliant people out there is this; which of the three topics above are:

    A. Most interesting
    B. Which opens the most doors, career wise.
    C. What each of them entail.

    I would love any personal experience included in any of the above fields as it would give me a better insight on what I could be looking at in the future. Thanks :confused:
    To be honest, they'll be a decent overlap in all three (at university you'll study modules that are really similar in all three) and if you want to specialise by doing postgraduate they're all kind of synonymous with one another and give you ample oppurtunity to switch between. You are still incredibly young, and haven't had much experience studying any of these topics in detail so give it time; what you think you might enjoy now might be what you despise in a couple of years (such was the case with me and a couple of friends). To answer your questions, I'd probably go with biochemistry because it opens the most doors (in my opinion).
 
 
 
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