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    Currently I'm studying Biology, Chemistry and maths at A level in the uk. So far I'm hating the subjects and I'm halfway through the year. I feel I chose those subjects because of my parents and what they wanted me to do. These A levels are content heavy which require a lot of revision throughout the week which I just can't do. At gcse I loved business and maths, so I was thinking of checking out an accounting apprenticeship but I'm not sure what I should do. Any advice? Also will I be able to do well without going to Uni for accounting?
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    Work experience is always good and some places are now focusing more on your skills an experience than whether or not you have a degree. You can always go to uni later if you really want or need to. Some jobs may still need a degree though so be prepared for that.
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    (Original post by awais3859)
    Currently I'm studying Biology, Chemistry and maths at A level in the uk. So far I'm hating the subjects and I'm halfway through the year. I feel I chose those subjects because of my parents and what they wanted me to do. These A levels are content heavy which require a lot of revision throughout the week which I just can't do. At gcse I loved business and maths, so I was thinking of checking out an accounting apprenticeship but I'm not sure what I should do. Any advice? Also will I be able to do well without going to Uni for accounting?
    There are three apprentices in my intake at the Big 4 I work at and they are all doing pretty well and glad they chose it one of my managers started as an apprentice and he's the same age as me
 
 
 
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