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    I'm doing bio and chem and don't know good careers based on these two...need help!!!
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    You don't need to decide on a career, per se. Most students don't really know what they want to do until they get to the end of their degree, and even then it's tough to make a choice.

    What do you like about biology, and what do you like about chemistry? Do you like maths and physics?
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    Biology and Chemistry for A-levels? What's your other A-levels?

    Is there any degree you'd like to study?

    For example if you like Biology and Chemistry
    Biochemsitry is one option = which could possibly lead to research or teaching or onto further education and much more
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    Gap Year is a possible option.
 
 
 
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