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    What can I do in the future as a degree and career with the A-Levels Biology, Physics and Maths apart from Physics and/or Engineering?
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    With these three, the world is open to you my friend. Firstly, the range of degrees you can study is massive with the likes of obviously Physics, Maths, Biology, computer science, finance, engineering, economics and so many more. With those A-levels you really can choose most careers, from oil companies and stock brokering to saving lives as a medical physicist, marine biologist, being at the forefront of technology in Silicone Valley or of course, teaching. I understand this probably hasn't helped you much but the point i'm trying to get across is that you really do have very few closed doors.
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    Biomedical Engineering as a degree sounds like a good choice with the subjects that you have, it is an up and coming field with a lot of potential in terms of aiding the medical industry by providing new technologies for prosthetics, etc.
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    (Original post by PeetaRJ)
    What can I do in the future as a degree and career with the A-Levels Biology, Physics and Maths apart from Physics and/or Engineering?
    Definetely Biomedical Engineering i am in Year 11 know and I am gonna pick those exact A Levels and probs study BioMed Engineering.
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    (Original post by PeetaRJ)
    What can I do in the future as a degree and career with the A-Levels Biology, Physics and Maths apart from Physics and/or Engineering?
    one option could be becoming a radiographer who get paid a good amount of money and have a good reputation too.

    i am also thinking of doing this or possibly maths,physics and economics
 
 
 
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