Chlo.Harr
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Hi..I am a typical confused teen...
I am doing maths, chemistry, biology and physics as levels at current...
I want to be an engineer or physiotherapist....I don't know?
I have to choose to do biology or further maths by Friday.
I am scared I will change my mind about subjects..shall I do further maths or biology ?

Has anyone else been in the same or similar position or is just willing to help me? Please.
I am soooo scared!


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Bumping because I am desperate for help


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Why don't you drop Chemistry and take up further maths.

That way you've left your options open for both engineering (as long as it's not chemical) and physiotherapy too.
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Do you 100% need further maths for engineering?
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(Original post by Jess_x)
Do you 100% need further maths for engineering?
It's highly valued for engineering and may even mean you get a lower offer. Or at least in the top Russell Group universities it's preferred.
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As far as I know, you need A Level biology to do physiotherapy, so in order to keep that open as a degree course choice, you'd need to stick with biology. I don't think further maths is essential for engineering, so I wouldn't take further maths
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Are you sure.... :/


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Look at university courses you would need to do to get into those careers and then you can see what A levels are essential and preferred. Might help you decide which you should choose.

Good luck!
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Thanks to y'all


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