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    Atm, I've chosen Maths and Geography for certain.
    And I need to choose two between Economics, Psycology, Biology and Physics

    I'm not too sure what I want to do in the future, but I'd just like subjects that give me the most options?
    Btw, I got 4A*. 3A. 3B. at GCSE's (A*'s in Maths and the three sciences)

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    This decision is really up to you but I would recommend taking physics, because that will go well with the maths and it will also give you two facilitating subjects.


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    (Original post by Neymar27)
    Atm, I've chosen Maths and Geography for certain.
    And I need to choose two between Economics, Psycology, Biology and Physics

    I'm not too sure what I want to do in the future, but I'd just like subjects that give me the most options?
    Btw, I got 4A*. 3A. 3B. at GCSE's (A*'s in Maths and the three sciences)

    Thank you!
    I think biology would be a great subject to take, a science subject is needed for a lot of subjects so that would cover a lot of bases and physics works perfectly with maths. You don't need economics at a level to actually study it (i've heard) and phycology for me is kind of useless unless you are thinking of studying it at degree level
 
 
 

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