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    I had picked biology,chemistry and maths.I did further maths for the first week but then dropped it in the fear that it will become too much and I will eventually drop it and there being no AS would mean that I would have wasted my time doing it.My plan is to do medicine I did work experience in a hospital I did not enjoy it as much as I hoped (I did it in haematology).I am going to hopefully do more work experience .I feel uncertainty about medicine as I am terrified of death but then a part of me loves the idea of becoming a doctor as it is not only rewarding but the only career which is certain and I could have patient contact in and speak and comfort patients.I am learning Mandarin I quite like Mandarin I thought of doing it at university but I have no language a level and I would probably be rejected right away by top universities.

    Maybe having doubts about medicine is a good thing as it shows I am clearly evalutating my options.I mean medicine is not a 9 to 5 job it is a life in some aspects I still want to be a doctor but I am having slight doubts.I will do more work experience to make my final decision.
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    I had picked biology,chemistry and maths.I did further maths for the first week but then dropped it in the fear that it will become too much and I will eventually drop it and there being no AS would mean that I would have wasted my time doing it.My plan is to do medicine I did work experience in a hospital I did not enjoy it as much as I hoped (I did it in haematology).I am going to hopefully do more work experience .I feel uncertainty about medicine as I am terrified of death but then a part of me loves the idea of becoming a doctor as it is not only rewarding but the only career which is certain and I could have patient contact in and speak and comfort patients.I am learning Mandarin I quite like Mandarin I thought of doing it at university but I have no language a level and I would probably be rejected right away by top universities.

    Maybe having doubts about medicine is a good thing as it shows I am clearly evalutating my options.I mean medicine is not a 9 to 5 job it is a life in some aspects I still want to be a doctor but I am having slight doubts.I will do more work experience to make my final decision.
    seems like u know what ur doing. remember medicine isn't the only option for u
 
 
 
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