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    I am currently studying biology, chemistry, maths and psychology at college, and got my AS results yesterday. I got AAAA, which Is SO much better than I anticipated. I'm dropping psychology because I enjoy it least.
    The thing is I always thought I'd do a mechanical engineering degree or apprenticeship after college. I don't enjoy it massively but maths has always been my strongest subject. But now I'm considering something medical such as pharmacy, because I will have the grades/subjects to do it. I know you need some work experience for some medical subjects, but if I decided its definitely what I want to do I'd be willing to take a gap year to sort that out.

    Which career would be more worthwhile in the future? I've heard engineering degrees have a 'ridiculous workload', but surely pharmacy isn't that much easier. Also, are there any other subjects I could consider with bio/chem/maths?

    I really wasn't expecting these results and don't really know what to do now.
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