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    (Original post by Cherub012)
    They're completely different degrees.
    But doesn't Dentistry fall into same category as medicine? :teehee:
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    (Original post by ForgetMe)
    But doesn't Dentistry fall into same category as medicine? :teehee:
    Not really...
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    1) English Literature
    2) English Literature
    3) English Literature
    4) English and American Literature
    5) English Literature

    What can I say? I love my degree
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    1) Economics - Essentially a subject of optimisation with some real life application, but also synthesises both quantitative and qualitative skills which is always a nice skillset to have.

    2) Maths - Cause I'm Asian

    3) Computer Science - For creativity, as you explore ways of finding unique solutions to things and can also do stuff more quickly.

    4) Law - For the mentality of looking into a subject with both breadth and depth, useful to encourage a mastery-orientated mindset. Also pushes you to look at things critically.

    5) International Relations - For strategy. I find stuff like geostrategy pretty fascinating, especially when looking at how countries utilise different approaches to meet their own national interests.
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    (Original post by Cherub012)
    Not really...
    but it's a branch of medicine :erm:
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    (Original post by ForgetMe)
    but it's a branch of medicine :erm:
    I'm struggling to understand what you mean.

    You don't need to do medicine to do dentistry.
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    1. Aerospace Engineering
    2. Maths
    3. Medicine
    4. Economics
    5. History

    All so different lmao :rofl:
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    (Original post by Cherub012)
    I'm struggling to understand what you mean.

    You don't need to do medicine to do dentistry.
    You misunderstood me, sir :teehee: I'd like to do Medicine generally but would prefer Dentistry.
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    Medicine
    Law
    Chem Eng
    Geology
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    Law
    History
    PPE
    Natural Sciences
    Medicine

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    1. Veterinary medicine
    2. Physiotherapy/ Occupational Therapy
    3. Biomedical sciences (which is what I am doing now, hopefully I could got in 1 or 2 post graduate!)
    4. Philosophy and Religious Studies
    5. International Relations? Politics? Government?....
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      Im only good at 1 subject which is Maths :lol:

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      Have a neuroscience BSc and should have medicine by next year but would be nice to have a degree in law and maybe an MBA.
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      Medicine
      Gender studies/some other sjw degree
      Politics
      Professional Aviation Pilot Practice (CTC Aviation) BSc Honours
      Psychology
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      Politics
      History.
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      (Original post by Quilverine)
      I accidentally did 5 😂

      1. Art Foundation
      2. BA Graphic communication
      3. BSc Clinical Photography
      4. MSc Science Communication
      5. MBChB Medicine

      I would have ideally just done 3 and 5. Will be focussing on employment from 2020 onwards, no more degrees.
      now that is tremendous.
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      Physics
      Maths
      Engineering
      Computer science
      Some sort of a statistics/data science degree

      So basically physics and supporting degrees. I'm currently doing physics and I'm hoping to continue with particle physics.
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      (Original post by Luke7456)
      Gender Studies
      African Studies
      Religious Studies
      Asian Studies
      American Studies

      As a rule of thumb anything with studies in it is likely to be a very respectable degree that leads to a super high paying job.
      You forgot Mediterranean Studies
     
     
     
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