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    where Can a level chemestry mathamatics and psychology take me

    You've got loads of paths - and from my experience of looking at Uni courses this year, a whole lot of them (definitely a good percentage) don't even require specific A-levels, just the grades. So you have the freedom to do anything! (relatively speaking).

    You could possibly study psychology if that interests you a lot (fav subject?). You could do a science degree. There's so much out there.

    Try usuing the UCAS Search tool, WhatUni? and other websites to get a greater knowledge of what you like, are good at, and might interest you later on in life. Try looking at Uni reviews on TSR as well and ask previous students about courses you may be interested in on TSR/ people you know. Nothing beats first-hand experience. Definitely also go to Open Days (it may seem far off, but at the end of Year 12, that's the best time to go. Researching early is KEY. If only I'd taken that advice :ashamed2:)

    Just remember - you may potentially get 100k+ a year, but if you're not happy in your job, it's not worth it. Stress, bad moods and tempers all result from it, and is common within so many adults today.

    Two words. BE. SELFISH. https://www.facebook.com/TheWallOfCo...5756502864157/

    Good luck
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