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    really not sure as to what course to do at university and what career path to follow, I'm currently going into year 13 studying Psychology, Biology, Chemistry and have done Maths at AS level. Any suggestion and information would be great!
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    really not sure as to what course to do at university and what career path to follow, I'm currently going into year 13 studying Psychology, Biology, Chemistry and have done Maths at AS level. Any suggestion and information would be great!
    Psychology, biochemistry, medicine or dentistry seem like the obvious options. Pick something that you'd be happy to study full-time for three years or more.
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    Hi, do you have no idea whatsoever? I'd say go towards the subject you like the most in that case, you're likely to enjoy the course more that way!
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    (Original post by vg21)
    Hi, do you have no idea whatsoever? I'd say go towards the subject you like the most in that case, you're likely to enjoy the course more that way!
    Before I did want to do medicine however I don't think that I'll get in, the subjects I'm leaning towards the most is Biology and Psychology :dong:
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    Perhaps do a biology-related course then? In case you do decide you want to do medicine again? Do think about what you want to do in the future too, I know it's probably hard at this stage, but if you're not sure, choose something that gives you the most options!
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    do whichever you are most interested in - i would suggest looking at uni websites and looking at the individual modules on each course because this can often differ a lot and you might find a course youre really interested in!
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    Psychology, biochemistry, medicine or dentistry seem like the obvious options. Pick something that you'd be happy to study full-time for three years or more.
    Yeah I think I'll look into those further thanks for your help


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