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    So, one of my previously asked questions were to do with finalising my A level choices and I've finally decided what I'm going to do which is:
    - Maths
    - Further maths
    - Psychology
    - Sociology

    I've chosen these subjects because I love maths and I'm good at it and want to continue studying it. I'm interested by the social sciences/humanities and feel like I'll find them enjoyable.

    After A levels, I'm thinking to do a maths degree in order to become a secondary school maths teacher.

    Are these subjects a good combination? Or do they not go well together?

    Yes they go well. The most important thing is that you're happy with your choices and that they'll enable you to do what you want to do.
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