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WHat carrer pathways could I go down with A-Levels in Biology, Chemistry and History, I Intend to go to Uni, Thanks
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WHat carrer pathways could I go down with A-Levels in Biology, Chemistry and History, I Intend to go to Uni, Thanks

Loads and loads. Pick one and choose.
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Loads and loads. Pick one and choose.
Any guidance haha??, thanks though
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Any guidance haha??, thanks though
The thing is; there's literally thousands.
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Any guidance haha??, thanks though

History or Biology or Maths at Uni are the obvious ones
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WHat carrer pathways could I go down with A-Levels in Biology, Chemistry and History, I Intend to go to Uni, Thanks
Medicine
Dentistry
Pharmacy
Diagnostic Radiography
Radiotherapy
Nursing
Midwifery
Audiology
Optometry
Orthoptics
Podiatry
Teaching
Paramedic
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WHat carrer pathways could I go down with A-Levels in Biology, Chemistry and History, I Intend to go to Uni, Thanks
Hi there,

There are lots of carriers, you can take a degree on any of these subjects, also you can study archaeology but let me give you some examples of careers you can do:
  • Museum Conservation- A small but interesting field for chemists is in the conservation and authentification of art and artifacts. This is particularly attractive to those with an interest and courses in art history, archaeology or related fields.
  • Pharmaceuticals - drug design using computational modeling, synthesis of new drugs, study of drug metabolism, quality control analysis.
  • Materials chemistry - semi-conductor and solid state materials and devices, nano-materials.
  • Biotechnology - biochemical and pharmacology studies.
  • Forensic chemistry
  • Environmental chemistry - environmental analysis, emission control and abatement, testing and regulatory agencies
  • Education- Secondary school teaching is a career that has interested some of our gradu­ates. Many others enter teaching in two or four year colleges and universities; almost all chemistry faculty positions at these schools require an advanced degree.
  • Biochemical Technicians

But make a perfect decision on what you want to do, I would advice you to do some research on different careers related to these subjects and think to yourself whether you would enjoy doing that career.
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The problem is, Biology and Chemistry blow open most science courses at uni, which makes it difficult to narrow down.

So, to narrow it down:
a) Which subject are you enjoying the most?
b) What topic are you enjoying the most, or did you enjoy a lot at AS?
c) Why do you like your favourite topic?
d) Do you have any plans, even vague ideas, as to what you want to do after uni?
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