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    Hi,
    I'm in year 11 and I wanted to become an OBGYN but I have realised that Biology really isn't for me. I am generally ok at Chemistry but I really prefer Spanish, RE and Child development. i want to go to sixth form but i don't know what subjects I want to take, or what course (in the future) I will take at Uni.
    Please suggest some careerpaths and possible A-level subjects that I could do.
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    If you are good at chemistry, definitely take it at A-level. However, you need to realise that it is extremely demanding and you need to give your best to achieve high grades. I would suggest that you take biology at A-level and if you really don't like it then drop it within the first few weeks. Lots of my friends did the same. Other than that, you can do Spanish if you like it and go for RE. There isn't any harm and you will mainly be doing the subjects you prefer. Also, how good is your maths? It would be a shout to take maths instead of RE or spanish but it's up to you.
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    (Original post by y.u.mad.bro?)
    If you are good at chemistry, definitely take it at A-level. However, you need to realise that it is extremely demanding and you need to give your best to achieve high grades. I would suggest that you take biology at A-level and if you really don't like it then drop it within the first few weeks. Lots of my friends did the same. Other than that, you can do Spanish if you like it and go for RE. There isn't any harm and you will mainly be doing the subjects you prefer. Also, how good is your maths? It would be a shout to take maths instead of RE or spanish but it's up to you.
    Hi,
    i am terrible at biology and it would literally be a miracle if I even pass it at GCSE's so i don't think A-level biology could even be a possibility (lol) but I'm generally okay with maths, I wouldn't mind taking it for A-levels but do u recon i could still get into a good university to study medicine or pharmacology with those chosen subjects (maths, chemistry and politics & government/spanish/RE) ?
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    Hi,
    i am terrible at biology and it would literally be a miracle if I even pass it at GCSE's so i don't think A-level biology could even be a possibility (lol) but I'm generally okay with maths, I wouldn't mind taking it for A-levels but do u recon i could still get into a good university to study medicine or pharmacology with those chosen subjects (maths, chemistry and politics & government/spanish/RE) ?
    I think so. If you have a look here you can see the 2017 entry requirements for medical schools and I assume they will remain the same later as well. Most universities want you to take chemistry and then take one from either physics, maths or biology so doing maths should increase your chances. However, have a read through the booklet yourself and it should answer your questions.
 
 
 
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