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    I picked maths-pure and statistics, biology, business and geography for my A-levels so far. I want to do something business related in the future in uni. But I'm still unsure if I should do geography or chemistry for A-level. So which one should I choose since I do like both subjects. I got As for chemistry for core and addition but a B in further addition; an A for geography. Please give me some advice.

    I don't know anyone who does geograpghy but if you mean geography it's a decent subject, pretty respected but if you want to do a more science based course do chemistry, but if you're thinking of a more social course choose geography because it is a respected subject and I find it a lot more interesting than chemistry.

    Chemistry opens more pathways for you.
    Geography you can be a geography teacher?

    In my opinion, Geography would be more relevant for a business/related degree, so I'd be inclined to choose Geography
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