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    I'm interested in a medical career but I've realised a lot need chemistry and I would not be able to cope with that.
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    (Original post by Beth robs)
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    I'm interested in a medical career but I've realised a lot need chemistry and I would not be able to cope with that.
    You'd be very limited on most scientific degrees as you only have 1 science subject (unless you did maths, chem or physics at AS?). That is unless you did biology.
    You could do envrionmental science, biology, criminology, psychology, geography, geology, anatomy, nursing/ midwifery, pharmacy, physiotherapy, social work.
    I tried to pick caring professions/ science based degrees, hopefully something appeals. it's worth ordering prospectuses and just flicking through and seeing what degrees are on offer.
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    Thank you, I am terrible at maths so physics won't be an option really but I've actually been looking into midwifery and I think it would be something I would want to do
 
 
 
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