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    I am in final year of GCSEs. I have to select my A-level subjects this month.

    I am very good at Maths, Biology and also at Chemistry and Physics. I also like Maths & Biology as well as other sciences.

    I am doing a loads of others subjects in GCSEs such as Drama, Philosophy, German, Geography etc. and I may get good grades, I don't enjoy too much.

    I don't like to be a doctor.

    I work hard, but I don't want to work either too hard or long hours. I am looking at options where you work hard & smart for limited time and get most award / achieve your objectives with a very high earning potential.

    Considering the above, which career path would you recommend / what would be the recommended degree courses?

    I am looking at advise from everyone before I take a final decision on my A-level subjects and work experience plan.

    Thank you very much for your time & advise.
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    Hi
    I am in final year of GCSEs. I have to select my A-level subjects this month.

    I am very good at Maths, Biology and also at Chemistry and Physics. I also like Maths & Biology as well as other sciences.

    I am doing a loads of others subjects in GCSEs such as Drama, Philosophy, German, Geography etc. and I may get good grades, I don't enjoy too much.

    I don't like to be a doctor.

    I work hard, but I don't want to work either too hard or long hours. I am looking at options where you work hard & smart for limited time and get most award / achieve your objectives with a very high earning potential.

    Considering the above, which career path would you recommend / what would be the recommended degree courses?

    I am looking at advise from everyone before I take a final decision on my A-level subjects and work experience plan.

    Thank you very much for your time & advise.
    Are you going to choose one of the first listed subjects (Maths, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.)?
    If so, then you could look into science careers.
    You need to think about what sort of thing you would like to do in the future, and see if that needs any specific A Levels.
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    Is bio-chemical engineering a prospect you've looked at?
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