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    Im in year 13 I'm considering taking a gap year. I took my AS in biology, chemistry, psychology and Spanish and I've done extremely well so far. However I have become discouraged with studying a bioscience degree which was my initial goal. I now want to study something more numerical as its been the part of chemistry I've enjoyed the most. I want to take a gap year to take A-level maths. I have always been alright at math but never tried hard at all. I have been practicing some of the topics from gcse further maths to at least stay up to date and it seems quite easy but I can't really dedicate much time to this as I'm basically always studying for my other subjects. What would be the best way to go about doing this? I think I'd want to study chemical engineering but I really don't know.
 
 
 
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