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    I am currently under debate on what to choose for my A levels and I have a deadline to choose for tomorrow. If I was to choose these A levels are they a good combination and what degrees could I get with them.
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    (Original post by harriso)
    I am currently under debate on what to choose for my A levels and I have a deadline to choose for tomorrow. If I was to choose these A levels are they a good combination and what degrees could I get with them.
    Thanks
    First combination (Geography, Maths and Physics) can get you into:
    Accounting
    Finance
    Computer Science
    Software Engineering
    Quantum Mechanics
    Electronic Engineering
    etc....

    Second combination (Economics, Physics and Biology) is very odd....
    You can prob get into:
    Economics
    and idk...

    Your second combination is just flat out weird.
 
 
 
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