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    I'm picking my options next week and I'm really unsure whether to pick triple or combined:/ I'm in top set for science but I don't want to stress myself out by doing triple. Also is combined science alright to take for a gcse option to be a childrens nurse? Sorry this is long but I would appreciate any suggestions
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    (Original post by alana255)
    I'm picking my options next week and I'm really unsure whether to pick triple or combined:/ I'm in top set for science but I don't want to stress myself out by doing triple. Also is combined science alright to take for a gcse option to be a childrens nurse? Sorry this is long but I would appreciate any suggestions
    Either one should be fine to get you on your course, but if you know which college you’ll be studying at, it’s worth checking their entry requirements for your course to be a nurse.

    In terms of the stressing out bit, would it be the content your concerned about or the amount of time you’ll spend in science lessons, as you’ll do more hours?
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    It doesn’t matter which one you pick.
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