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    Hi all ^_^ i was wondering if I could have some advice on my subjects. I've always wanted to do marine bio ever since i was little.

    ATM I take fine art, biology, chemistry and maths, and I’m predicted a* for art, a for maths and biology and b/c for chemistry. I want to drop a subject before the end of the year but I’m unsure what to drop; I really enjoy biology art and maths so it’s a question of whether to drop art or chemistry in order to have more time for biology and maths as well.

    One one side, taking chemistry is a more relevant subject and it would be be more high praised if I got a high make on that, however I’m not doing great at chemistry at the moment and I don’t enjoy it at all (I find it really hard >_<) and I don’t think I’d get a good enough grade in the end. On the other side I really enjoy art and, not being arrogant but I think I’ll get an A or A* in the end as I got full marks in gcse, so more ucas points.

    I want to apply to Liverpool and the requirements are ABB, with biology and Atleast one other science (maths or chem)

    Could I please have your opinions on this because I honestly have no idea what to do

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