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    I'm currently picking a level options, originally I wanted to be a vet but it doesn't really appeal to me anymore. However I'd still like to follow a career involving animals. I'd like to take maths biology and psychology at a-level (I also love art and I'm predicted an a* but I don't know how to involve that with a career in animals). What careers could I do with animals or even medicine using those options?
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    (Original post by Elliefggj)
    I'm currently picking a level options, originally I wanted to be a vet but it doesn't really appeal to me anymore. However I'd still like to follow a career involving animals. I'd like to take maths biology and psychology at a-level (I also love art and I'm predicted an a* but I don't know how to involve that with a career in animals). What careers could I do with animals or even medicine using those options?
    Generally, anything working with animals or humans would require Biology A level, (as given) and most people I'm aware of will combine this with Chemistry or another science. Maths might also work as a good combination - but it requires a lot of work for it.
    And for the third A-level I wouls suggest something you fancy? The three you prefer to do are perfectly fine, as I know many people with similar choices with offers for medicine or veterinary courses.
 
 
 
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