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I thought I wanted to do something economics related in the future and was going to pick maths related a levels. However recently I’ve been enjoying science (I’ve hated it until now). I’ve been considering chemistry and biology for a levels now but I’m worried that I may hate them again and regret my choices. If I picked sciences then I’d do something medical.
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you can change a levels in a few weeks of starting, if you can do taster sessions to see what they are like at the 6th form you want to go to, try and go to ones in every subject you have an interest in.
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Most sixth forms and colleges will let you change subjects within the first few weeks so you can take something and if you find yourself hating it after a week or so you might be able to change.
Also taking a science A-level doesn't completely rule out economics subjects and often when you apply for science and medical degrees they prefer you to have A-level maths depending on the course.
Your best bet is talking to your teachers or if you can asking teachers wherever you want to do your alevA-le
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You can always do maths, economics/geography and one of the sciences. You don't necessarily have to study medicine related. From what I see chemistry and bio are demanding (Chemistry is one of the hardest alevels).

I suggest you find the exam board you would do for chemistry and biology, and looking at what universities require for economics. You mainly need 1 or 2 required and the third and fourth are up to you.
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