Will bio chem history a levels keep my options open

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Ps don’t want to do engineering
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It depends what you want to do at uni or as a career rlly, something like maths definitely keeps your options open
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It depends what you want to do at uni or as a career rlly, something like maths definitely keeps your options open
The thing is I hate a level maths with a passion
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Don't blame you, what about english? Also look into uni degrees that interest you so you know if they have any mandatory or preferred subjects
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Don't blame you, what about english? Also look into uni degrees that interest you so you know if they have any mandatory or preferred subjects
I mean I either want to get into health care, or, ik it’s odd but accounting
For healthcare they require bio n chemistry so that’s good and accounting I’ve heard there’s no required subject
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Accounting usually requires maths for example at Warwick uni. For healthcare your options are great, what do you think about psychology
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Accounting usually requires maths for example at Warwick uni. For healthcare your options are great, what do you think about psychology
Was planning on do it but I just can’t, so sticking with histor
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