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    I will be doing my GCSEs soon but I have chosen my A-levels,
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    With these A levels what career should I pursue and therefore which degree should I do. Medicine is an option but are there any good alternatives.
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    (Original post by Anon736)
    I will be doing my GCSEs soon but I have chosen my A-levels,
    Biology
    Chemistry
    Maths
    Religious Studies

    With these A levels what career should I pursue and therefore which degree should I do. Medicine is an option but are there any good alternatives.
    Hi try this website, it suggests degrees by A-Level choice! Although bear in mind there are tonnes of jobs that only require a degree, not in any specific subject. But with those subjects you could literally do anything

    http://www.bestcourse4me.com/explore/

    Best of luck!
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    (Original post by Anon736)
    I will be doing my GCSEs soon but I have chosen my A-levels,
    Biology
    Chemistry
    Maths
    Religious Studies

    With these A levels what career should I pursue and therefore which degree should I do. Medicine is an option but are there any good alternatives.
    This is really the wrong way to go about picking a career.

    You need to ask questions about the actual job - whether you want to work at a desk, whether you like creating things or organising things, etc.
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    (Original post by Anon736)
    I will be doing my GCSEs soon but I have chosen my A-levels,
    Biology
    Chemistry
    Maths
    Religious Studies

    With these A levels what career should I pursue and therefore which degree should I do. Medicine is an option but are there any good alternatives.
    Have a look at http://university.which.co.uk/a-leve...studies?o=1230 as a starting point - although your options are even broader than that (even the unexpected matches).

    What do you enjoy doing? What subjects will you put extra effort/get lost in wikipedia reading about? What gets you excited?
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    There are so many things you could do! I think your priority right now should be to strengthen your interests. In this way you will be doing your future self a favour as in a few years down the line you won't be spending loads of time and energy agonising about what to go into.

    It's an issue so many people worry about (all their lives sometimes) and I think part of the reason for this is that no one is 'just a doctor' or 'just a banker' for instance. We're all complex individuals who need variety and stimulus. That can be hard to find but if you grow and follow your interests I'm sure you will encounter plenty of it.
 
 
 
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