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    biology, chemistry and maths. I picked these because my teacher told me how I could have a range of courses to pick from. But like which courses can I pick with these A-levels apart from medicine. I mean its a great course but like I wanna do something that I'll enjoy.
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    how are they not good? if you get good grades then they will be very valuable.
    and it's great to know that you're wanting to do a course that you're actually interested in - the worst thing to do at university is a course simply for the money - I did that and I got nowhere (although I'm on the right track, academically, now)
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    biology, chemistry and maths. I picked these because my teacher told me how I could have a range of courses to pick from. But like which courses can I pick with these A-levels apart from medicine. I mean its a great course but like I wanna do something that I'll enjoy.
    You can do anything science related with those courses (with the exception of physics, unless you were to do a foundation year). Environmental Science, a Pharmacy degree, Zoology, Maths, Biological sciences, certain engineering degrees (I haven't looked at the subject requirements for a while - some of them will ask for physics probably), Psychology, Anthropology....the list goes on (obviously look at individual course requirements, I am not an expert).
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