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    I am currently struggling with my a level choices as i wanted to be a vet my whole life but i am not strong at chem and bio. instead i am stronger in maths and physics, can someone give me some advice whether i should believe in myself and work hard to achieve my vet dream or stay in reality and choose maths and physics.
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    If you want to be a vet, aim for it! I always wanted to do veterinary but didn't like chemistry so didn't try. A few years later I find myself regretting this and I'm considering other careers such as veterinary nursing/being a zookeeper. Graduate vet med is expensive and impractical so if you really want to be a vet, chase your dreams and work hard to get there
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