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I have chosen chemistry and economics. What academic subjects could i choose with these?
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whatever you like
what do you want to do at uni / after A-Levels?
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I have chosen chemistry and economics. What academic subjects could i choose with these?
Maths 100%. You'll struggle at chemistry without maths. And if you want to go down the economics route, most unis want maths.
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any job that pays me £40k+ per year, lol
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For economics i would take maths. you need maths 100% if you are to progress this to uni, (see student dylan vlogs on you tube, he took this route)
For chemistry you can pair it up with physics. Particle physics and chemistry works well together.
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I have chosen chemistry and economics. What academic subjects could i choose with these?
Hiya, depends on what you would like to do at uni. If it's anything finance/economics, maths is an absolute no brainer. Med/biochem, then chem and bio makes sense.

Maths A level does help with the maths content in chemistry but is hardly necessary, you can still learn it, it'll just take you a bit longer (e.g logs).

If you want a job that pays over 40k (I'm assuming you mean straight out of uni), you want to go for things such as banking and city law firms etc. For a lot of these, specific degrees are not necessary (for law you can just do the one year law course after you complete your degree).

It's hard to help you as you haven't given us much info, if you can be slightly more specific I'd be able to give you better advice

Also, on the side, don't just chase the jobs for money, if you do A levels and a degree to get a specific job for a specific pay (especially if you don't like them), you're making your life more miserable than necessary. I know someone who got into investment banking with a history of art degree, so anything is possible
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Thanks for the advice
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