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    I've just started Lower 6th and am currently taking Maths English Biology and Chemistry as from a young age had an interest in medicine. But recently I'm not so sure due to the huge commitment and I'm already struggling/hating chemistry? Considering switching chemistry to economics or french??

    would it be better to finish with maths, bio and english? or maths english and french? or maths english and economics???

    please please please can someone help me out, I'm so lost!!!!!

    French and econ are both good subjects, pick whichever you are more interested in/related to your chosen uni course

    I actually took those subjects last year; maths, English lit, biology and chemistry. its a lot of work, but if you put the effort in you will be fine, and relax, you have only just started the chemistry course, its okay to not love it as its a step up from what you have previously done. But at the end of the day, choose what you enjoy, if you don't want to do chemistry then don't do it. don't feel pressured just because you have an interest in medicine. although, you might want to check entry requirements as some unis might require chemistry. good luck, things will be fine.
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