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    I'm studying A level chemistry, biology and psychology. I also have an AS in maths and a level 3 qualification in health and social care. I don't feel particularly passionate about any of these specific courses but I enjoyed them all (apart from maths). I tried to look at this from a career perspective but couldn't decide on what I would like to do. I know I want to keep my options open. Also a lot of people have mentioned that I should consider medicine however I feel that it's not for me. Does anyone have any suggestions on what I should consider studying?
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    (Original post by _.Iqraaa_)
    I'm studying A level chemistry, biology and psychology. I also have an AS in maths and a level 3 qualification in health and social care. I don't feel particularly passionate about any of these specific courses but I enjoyed them all (apart from maths). I tried to look at this from a career perspective but couldn't decide on what I would like to do. I know I want to keep my options open. Also a lot of people have mentioned that I should consider medicine however I feel that it's not for me. Does anyone have any suggestions on what I should consider studying?
    You're eligible to apply to many course. I'd recommend looking at course lists on universities websites, and noting down the ones you're interesting in. It would be easier if you know which particular kind of degree you're interested in (Sciences, Humanities, Arts or other).

    You could consider Natural Sciences, Bioengineering, Biological Sciences, Neuroscience, or even joint honours in two subjects which you find interesting.
 
 
 
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