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    Hello, so I want to be a pychiatrist. But, and I’m at the stage of picking my options. I don’t know though! I have three option gaps, and one has to be filled with geography or science, which one is better for a pychiatrist? Also, do I have to do triple science, because I really don’t want to. You only have to have two GCSEs in science, not three, so I don’t see the point? (Normal science = 2 GCSE, Seperate Science = 3 GCSE), can you please answer both my questions? I would appreciate it a lot☺️☺️

    Psychiatry? Some people question whether it's really a "science". Still, I'd advise you to take only the subjects you think you'll enjoy, because your career path isn't likely to demand specific GCSEs more than other careers
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