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    Is it possible to choose a-levels which keep open both business and medicine?
    So far I think I would choose biology, chemistry and economics, but the fourth one is causing me problems.
    I have a flair for languages and so am taking two at GCSE level, and I know I want to study abroad, but would it be better if I just took French classes outside of school (as French is my best language) rather than took it as an a-level qualification?
    I'm also greatly interested in the government & politics a-level, but would it be better if I took physics instead? I love nuclear physics and astrophysics, but I confess to being bored by forces and circuits.
    Thank you!
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    All you need for medicine is chemistry and usually biology. They don't care what else you take.

    You could take maths? But honestly, choose the subject that interests you, i think business doesn't really have subject requirements, but you'd be better off looking on university requirements.
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    Bio,Chem, maths and business
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    Biology, Chemistry, Maths and then something that you'd enjoy - a language would be good.
 
 
 
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