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This usually means taking a mix of sciences and humanities and keeping to facilitating subjects - the traditional ones that are give core skills useful and applicable in lots of degree subjects and which are asked for as required subjects for courses, the main ones are: maths, biology, chemistry, physics, Eng lit, languages, history.
Taking 2 or 3 sciences and 1 or 2 humanities from this list will keep most options open to you.
Psychiatry is a specialism of medicine. To keep the option of medicine you would need to take chemistry and biology - this would also keep open all life sciences and most healthcare and science degrees (except physics).
Psychology, while an acceptable subject alongside required subjects if you know what you want to do will not keep any doors open as it is not actually a required subject for anything (even psychology degrees).
Taking a humanity alongside like Eng lit &/or history will keep open the possibility of most humanities and social science degrees that require an essay subject.
Take maths if you may want to do a degree in maths, physics, architecture, computing, engineering or economics/finance/accounting. It is not needed for medicine or most other science degrees.
Any mix from the list will additionally keep open the numerous degrees that state no specific required subjects.