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    ok so I'm currently taking double maths, physics, economics and chemistry
    I'm not changing physics, or economics

    I'm debating changing double maths to mechanical maths as I may not be able to cope with how difficult further maths is

    I then I have a choice of chemistry or biology, I'm not sure what I want to be when I'm older yet, I may consider becoming a vet or som sort of engineer,


    what paths lead down a biology route and what jobs lead down a chemistry route?


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    I may swap economics for biology but this is a last resort as I may want to become a vet


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    (Original post by Tommy1499)
    ok so I'm currently taking double maths, physics, economics and chemistry
    I'm not changing physics, or economics

    I'm debating changing double maths to mechanical maths as I may not be able to cope with how difficult further maths is

    I then I have a choice of chemistry or biology, I'm not sure what I want to be when I'm older yet, I may consider becoming a vet or som sort of engineer,


    what paths lead down a biology route and what jobs lead down a chemistry route?


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    Hiya,
    For medicine and vetinary medicine you must have chemistry a level (and obviously biology would be helpful) so if you're thinking about becoming a vet I'd think about doing them both and dropping one of the others.

    Biology could lead into - biomedical engineering, environmental science
    Chemistry- chemical engineering, materials science

    As well as with maths and physics you can pretty much go into any type of engineering
    Civil, mechanical, aeronautical, (not electrical or chemical).
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    (Original post by VioletPhillippo)
    Hiya,
    For medicine and vetinary medicine you must have chemistry a level (and obviously biology would be helpful) so if you're thinking about becoming a vet I'd think about doing them both and dropping one of the others.

    Biology could lead into - biomedical engineering, environmental science
    Chemistry- chemical engineering, materials science

    As well as with maths and physics you can pretty much go into any type of engineering
    Civil, mechanical, aeronautical, (not electrical or chemical).
    what would economics get me into?
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    where can economics a level get you in life job wise


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