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    I would like to become a veterinary surgeon in later life. I am also taking Biology, Chemistry and Maths. I can take them both for AS-Level. Any recommendations? I can give more information.
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    I would like to become a veterinary surgeon in later life. I am also taking Biology, Chemistry and Maths. I can take them both for AS-Level. Any recommendations? I can give more information.
    For veterinary science, universities will be looking mainly at Chemistry and Biology; you obviously need high grades in those. As far as universities are concerned, your fourth subject is a bit of an irrelevance. Which is why it's a good opportunity to choose a subject that you really enjoy!

    Personally, I think that French is a better choice than computing because a) it gives a bit of balance to all that science and b) it is a subject where communication is important (which is also important for vets, after all, who need to communicate with their patients' owners!). But if you have a strong penchant for computing, then go with that.
 
 
 

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