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    hi peeps. okay well i wanted to know which a levels lead to each career choice, like biology could lead to...etc. or what groups of a levels work well for a career choice, any career choice as i don't know what i want to be yet and i want to keep my options open thank u x
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    Ask google
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    (Original post by KissMyAbs)
    Ask google
    but this website is for advice about school crap so i came here instead
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    (Original post by idontknowmedoyou)
    but this website is for advice about school crap so i came here instead
    You could find better answers a lot quicker using google.
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    (Original post by idontknowmedoyou)
    hi peeps. okay well i wanted to know which a levels lead to each career choice, like biology could lead to...etc. or what groups of a levels work well for a career choice, any career choice as i don't know what i want to be yet and i want to keep my options open thank u x
    Trust me, no-one's gonna spend the time to list every career path for every A-Level subject :lol:
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    Biology leads to being a biologist
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    If you want to keep your degree (and subsequently career) choices open, taking at least two facilitating subjects (maths, biology, chemistry, physics, geography, history, English literature and languages) is a good plan
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    GCSEs lead to A-Levels. A-Levels lead to Degrees. Degrees lead to careers.

    That's how it works. It starts quite broad with GCSEs, then you get narrower with A-Levels, and narrower still with Degrees. To an extent, A-Levels are merely a mean to get into uni; they won't lead to specific careers themselves.
 
 
 
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