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I know this is a tricky one to answer, but how much does education, specifically your A level options, define your career path?
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Apparently employers don’t look at it as much anymore but they will affect any university placement, though some are more lenient than others
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It all depends on what you wanna do, if you wanted to do something like medicine, you have to do chemistry and one of biology physics or maths. All courses have specific entry requirements you just have to decide what sort of thing you wanna do and then see what you need.
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Of course, you can sit and study A Levels at any time as long as a centre agrees to host the exam for you. So to a large extent you're never permanently restricted by your A Level choices.
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(Original post by Student040803)
I know this is a tricky one to answer, but how much does education, specifically your A level options, define your career path?
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