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    my current a levels are biology, chemistry, maths & fmaths and at my school you have to pick 5 a levels if you do fmaths so im debating between physics and art. taking physics makes me sound and feel a bit crazy but then im thinking art might make me even crazier?? i take art now and any art student will understand how stressful it can be haha
    although ive heard at a level you basically *live* in the art department of your school (i do now anyway lol) i think it might be kind of good for me? im scared ill get sick of my subjects even though im good at them. like who wants to go to school and see their timetable and go "wow! ive got physics, further maths and chemistry today!!"
    is this a bad idea and should i just stick to physics to keep it simple? i want to be a doctor so im not scared about 'limiting myself'
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    hey i'm a bit busy atm but i'll come back and edited in a reply for you x
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