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    Im starting A2 and need to drop a subject. Im taking Maths Bio Chem and Psychology. I want to go into banking so obviously have to keep maths. I preferably would like to keep psychology too because I find it the easiest to revise for and its kind of my easy third subject. So I guess out go Bio and Chem? And also as I don't need both sciences for my future aspirations there's literally no point carrying on with both of them as the amount of content with the two is avoidable. So which of my subjects should I drop? (Did not take AS exams, only in maths which I got a C but I'm retaking this year anyway)

    Chemistry already overlaps with Maths so I think you should keep it and drop Biology, what do you think?

    I'd probably drop biology

    What do you prefer out of biology and chemistry? The one you find more interesting is the one you're more likely to do well in so keep that and drop the other. If you dislike them both (or like them both) equally then keep the easier one.

    Myself, I'd drop biology but that's not exactly relevant.
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