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    I am currently studying my AS levels and being the nerd that I am, I am already looking at university courses. I am debating what to do. Whether it is just chemistry or forensic science. If I did a chemistry degree then a forensic science degree would the Chemistry help or no? I am trying to rebel against my parents as they want me to be a primary school teacher and that's not for me. I'd rather do something to do with Chemistry. Please help
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    (Original post by beththomas__)
    I am currently studying my AS levels and being the nerd that I am, I am already looking at university courses. I am debating what to do. Whether it is just chemistry or forensic science. If I did a chemistry degree then a forensic science degree would the Chemistry help or no? I am trying to rebel against my parents as they want me to be a primary school teacher and that's not for me. I'd rather do something to do with Chemistry. Please help
    yes, chemistry helps in forensic science...

    ... be respectful to your parents, but choose your own course in life.
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    what profession.u wanna do
 
 
 
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