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I'm taking Geogrpahy and a third soft subject which I haven't decided upon yet so it doesn't matter.

I like both subjects. It's very confusing to choose because I can only choose one.
Three facilitating would be far too tough for me.

I try to consider career paths to even it out but I like both career paths involving both a levels.

One is Law as I love analysing pieces of information and displaying it with point evidence and an explanation. And the other is Medical Research because I love working in a lab and conducting experiments; something about it is very stimulating for my brain.


So from experience on both A-Levels or if you've faced the same dilemma of choices what do you suggest?
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(Original post by Oneiropólos)
I'm taking Geogrpahy and a third soft subject which I haven't decided upon yet so it doesn't matter.

I like both subjects. It's very confusing to choose because I can only choose one.
Three facilitating would be far too tough for me.

I try to consider career paths to even it out but I like both career paths involving both a levels.

One is Law as I love analysing pieces of information and displaying it with point evidence and an explanation. And the other is Medical Research because I love working in a lab and conducting experiments; something about it is very stimulating for my brain.


So from experience on both A-Levels or if you've faced the same dilemma of choices what do you suggest?
For medical research I believe Biology and Chemistry may be best
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I really wanted to do medicine and was going to take biology and chemistry (which are I recommend you take if you want to go into medicine) but I eventually decided on English lit because I liked it more
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I was choosing between Biology and English because I couldn't decide whether I wanted to go into politics or something medical. I ended up going with biology just because the analytical subjects like law and politics don't usually expect you to have done a levels that are related, but I'm not an expert on law so I would look into what universities usually ask for. For me, biology left me with the ability to go down either path so if I were you I would do whatever allows you to do that. Really, it depends on whether or not your third subject is an essay subject or not.
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For medical research I believe Biology and Chemistry may be best
Yes I'v researched that courses such as biomedical science need chemistry.

But I have also seen courses where they don't. And theirs a course called biological sciences and biology/Human biology which I could go into research as a career without chemistry.

So the issue persists
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Yes I'v researched that courses such as biomedical science need chemistry.

But I have also seen courses where they don't. And theirs a course called biological sciences and biology/Human biology which I could go into research as a career without chemistry.

So the issue persists
Well for law, there are no required subjects, and many people go into law with science subjects. Pick the subject you know you’ll enjoy studying in-depth for the next 2 years.
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