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    I have to pick my GCSE options by the 2nd of March and I don't know whether I should pick seperate or combined science. I would like to become a paramedic in the future and I know that I need to take biology as an A level for this. I want to know whether I need to take seperate science at GCSE in order to take biology at A level and become a paramedic.
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    If you want to go into anything broadly science related I'd recommend doing separate sciences at GCSE. This is just from my own experience, I did combined science and really regretted not taking them separately, would have been much nicer to get a GCSE for each science rather than a combined one.
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