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    we have to choose what we would like to study for A level and this is what i'm thinking of choosing:
    1) Maths
    2) Chemistry
    3)Biology
    4) Computing
    Do u think i'll be able to handle all these and get good grades... because i heard that maths,chem and bio are one of the hardest subjects
    And with these subjects will i get lots of options for different types of degrees i could do in the future? And one more thing... will i be able to study accounting and finance with these subjects (is just maths enough? or do i need to do further maths?) ... thank you!!!
    and btw if anyone has any suggestions on what subjects are good/useful to study...please tell me
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    I'm a year 13 student doing biology, chemistry and psychology. Bio and Chem are a lot of work and very hard but they're really interesting. Psychology and Religious Studies were also very content heavy subjects but I managed to get 4 As last year and if I can do it, anyone can!

    They're all very academic subjects and so will open a lot of doors for courses, as for accounting and finance just go to a bunch of uni websites (you don't have to be considering to go there) and check their entry requirements. Some may want more, some less so your best bet is research!

    Good luck dude and I'm sure you'll enjoy these subjects!
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    (Original post by yeahthatonethere)
    I'm a year 13 student doing biology, chemistry and psychology. Bio and Chem are a lot of work and very hard but they're really interesting. Psychology and Religious Studies were also very content heavy subjects but I managed to get 4 As last year and if I can do it, anyone can!

    They're all very academic subjects and so will open a lot of doors for courses, as for accounting and finance just go to a bunch of uni websites (you don't have to be considering to go there) and check their entry requirements. Some may want more, some less so your best bet is research!

    Good luck dude and I'm sure you'll enjoy these subjects!
    Thank you and yeah i will
 
 
 

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