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I want to go into neurology in the future, but now, after thinking about it (maybe a little too much), I'm stuck between the choice of continuing as a medical student or moving in to 'physics'. Currently I'm choosing my A-levels, chosen so far are Bio Chem Maths, I'm not sure whether I should choose Physics and drop Bio or maybe do 4 A-levels? pls help
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I realise that doesn't make a lot of sense, so basically I'm stuck between the choice of choosing a physics related degree (maybe about relativity) at Uni, that is, if I choose do to Physics at A-Level, or continue as a medical student into neurology... If anyone knows anything about the 2 careers, please reply to help me choose
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How is neurology at Uni? Is it interesting... like all the research or does it get repetitive?
What can I do with Physics and Maths A-lvl, is general relativity a good path to choose in the modern world? or will it reduce my future job choices??? Should I just continue with medicine???
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