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    I have just started doing my a levels and was just looking for some advice as im unsure if i am on the right track as to how to get to my dream career. I am convinced that i would like to become a pediatrician but was stuck between choosing law as well in case i changed my mind. The a levels i am currently studying are chemistry, biology and history because they were the ones i seemed to be good at in gcse and the ones that interested me the most. Basically all i would like to know is what course i would have to take at uni live because theres so much and where would be a good place to do it i live around london if that changes anything.

    So if you're thinking of becoming a paediatrician, you'd need to start by studying medicine which is 5/6 years. Your A-Level choices are good for medicine, but are you studying a 4th AS-Level too? It doesn't really matter where you go for medicine, as you'll still be a doctor at the end of it, so don't worry about getting into a London uni.*
    AFAIK, law courses will take people with a range of subjects, you don't necessarily need law at A-Level to have a chance. *
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