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No offence but if you are aiming for a biochemistry degree, good to take maths + further maths as biochemistry can get quite mathematical (e.g. enzyme kinetics).

You can always study history and english in your free time but much harder to do the same for maths-related stuff.
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In terms of admissions for most unis biology and chemistry will be sufficient and your third won't matter; there are some exceptions (Oxford and Cambridge, notably) but for the most part universities don't have "preferences" that aren't formally required subjects. However in terms of preparing yourself as much as possible to do as well as you can on the degree - since getting into the degree is just the first step to actually getting the degree - maths is, as above, much preferable for that purpose (and preferable for admissions purposes for Oxbridge as well).
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