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    Not sure as to which one I want to choose, 1 thing I can definitely say however is that the whole chemistry syllabus seems interesting whereas with biology some parts I enjoy extremely, others not so much... The exam board for both are ocr . Thanks for the advice in advance☺
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    Do whichever one you'll enjoy the most, and also have a look at which one may be more beneficial for your university course, or which one would be more beneficial for any option you choose after sixth form/college.
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    Do whichever one you'll enjoy the most, and also have a look at which one may be more beneficial for your university course, or which one would be more beneficial for any option you choose after sixth form/college.
    I'd say that I'd enjoy chemistry more, however currently when i look at future careers biology seems like a slightly more useful subject.
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    (Original post by miles354)
    I'd say that I'd enjoy chemistry more, however currently when i look at future careers biology seems like a slightly more useful subject.
    Chemistry. All three of your subjects will still be very useful, so you're almost certain to do well regardless. Why take a course you enjoy less for the chance of getting a job that you will enjoy less?
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    Chemistry, but is there a reason that you're not including Physics? Physics would probably be the subject that would go best with maths and FM.
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    Chemistry is a much more rigorous A Level and is recognised as such by most. Unless you plan on doing a biological subject (such as biology, biochemistry, some modules of NatSci, neuroscience, etc.), Biology isn't usually preferred over chemistry, and if you enjoy Chemistry more, do Chemistry. Also, I know many sixth forms don't offer 4 subjects, especially with the advent of the new A Levels, but you could also consider doing an extra subject at AS if you really can't choose. Best of luck with your choices, at the end of the day, it's your choice not anyone else's.
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    (Original post by surina16)
    Chemistry, but is there a reason that you're not including Physics? Physics would probably be the subject that would go best with maths and FM.
    As much as I love the maths part of Physics, some parts i absolutely hate it, for example when looking at voltages
 
 
 
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