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    I need to select my A-level options soon, and I was thinking of taking physics, chemistry, maths, and further maths. What are the advantages of taking chemistry for A-level, and what degrees are available to take with this choice of subjects?
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    Mainly chemistry and biochemistry, but for that you'd need biology too. Maybe chemical engineering...

    Physics is far better in terms of good job prospectus
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    however due to the new a levels, i thought we didnt have as level, and as a result took 4 subjects
    i was thinking of chem physics maths and further maths, although i have a few questions. What does chemical engineering involve? Also, what did you study for a level?
    (thanks by the way for answering my previous q)
 
 
 
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