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So my current A-levels are biology, history and chemistry. I wanted to do medicine but i am not interested anymore because frankly i feel that i wont be able to get into a medical school and if i do i wont be able to go through 6 years of uni it just seems like such a long period of time. I have places at pwc and deloitte for the summer which are both business related, applied for summer schools for politics and history, and have done coupe of days worth work experience at great ordmond hospital. I think it is clear i've kept my options broad and opened when it comes to experience but i am not sure what kinds of uni courses would be good for me because i enjoy my alevels and i am doing okay in them except biology, so i wouldnt want to waste years of studying these subjects if i dont pick a uni course which is considered a 'good' uni course or is respected in the industry (e.g. medicine, law etc are highly respected) i was thinking maybe politics, or biochemistry but again i'm not sure. i'm leaning more towards apprenticeships than uni lately aswell because many apprenticeships offer degree courses free of tuition fees etc. would i be wasting months and months of studying for my difficult alevel subjects to not even go to university? any advice?
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Sorry you've not had any responses about this. Are you sure you've posted in the right place? Here's a link to our subject forum which should help get you more responses if you post there.
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