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    I do a level geography economics and chemistry. What will I be able to do in the future with these a levels?
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    Well, what do you want to do? There are loads of subjects you can study at university with these.
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    (Original post by haarithiop)
    Well, what do you want to do? There are loads of subjects you can study at university with these.
    Like what? I can’t find anything good that doesn’t require maths
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    (Original post by Reece.W.J)
    I do a level geography economics and chemistry. What will I be able to do in the future with these a levels?
    you should have thought before picking your subjects , however you could go for a much generic route eg. apprenterships
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    (Original post by Reece.W.J)
    I do a level geography economics and chemistry. What will I be able to do in the future with these a levels?
    You could take any of the 3 subjects listed above (Economics will be a bit trickier, many require maths)

    You could do Law, History (in places that don't require history) Psychology, Sociology, some Science courses that only require one science, etc.
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    You can go for a Geography degree. They like Economics as a subject and Chemistry is also pretty useful for it.

    Economics you're severely limited in opportunities as a lot of russel group unis ask for an A. And since it's a hugely mathematical degree you have to question whether it's worth doing considering you didn't take maths and you might not enjoy the maths.

    Chemistry you can also do the subject as Geography is a useful subject. Chemistry isn't that competitive and you can get into a russel group uni with lower grades. I have loads of friends applying to Econ/Maths/Physics and Chemistry. Chemistry generally has lower grade requirements by 1-2 grades from those. Nearly all top 10 unis require A*AA for these 3 or an extra paper, yet for Chemistry a top 10 uni can have AAB or AAA.
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