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    as some of you might know iam considering taking at least 2 sciences for a levels, but iam worried as i believe that i may not neccserialy be taking a degree that involves sciences (as iam completely unsure what to do with my future) but i still want to physics and chemistry or biology because i like those subjects and want a respected CV. should i go for it or pick 2 other humanities (bearing in mind my definant a level choices include maths and english lit)
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    Yeah it's a good idea to choose 2 sciences as well, it would keep your options open. Just choose the two you think you'll enjoy most and do best in.
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    well if i choose the 2 i enjoy the most i would pick biology and chemistry but i know i dont want a career in medicine so i will prob pick chemistry and physics even though i enjoy biology the best.
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    People don't pick Biology just because they want to do Medicine. You could do Biology/Biochemistry/Pharmacy/Biomedical sciences etc etc.
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    If you enjoy biology the most, then take it!
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    (Original post by piece_by_piece)
    People don't pick Biology just because they want to do Medicine. You could do Biology/Biochemistry/Pharmacy/Biomedical sciences etc etc.
    yeah but i dont know if i want to do those, also they say chemistry is a great a level to take because it represents a thinking mind and apparently goes with subjects such as economics. is this true?
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    Don't do biology, it's rubbish. Chemistry and physics are best!
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    (Original post by goats)
    yeah but i dont know if i want to do those, also they say chemistry is a great a level to take because it represents a thinking mind and apparently goes with subjects such as economics. is this true?
    It is a good A Level, and yes it is well respected. Personally, I'm finding Chemistry much better than Biology. It's more interesting and there aren't so many facts to learn, it's a bit more about application.
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    Yeah I'd go for two. Only if you're interested in them though, they can sometimes be hard going.
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    thanks for ALL of your replies keep em coming.
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    Take chemistry because it's the best. :p: I would say pick biology over physics if you enjoy it more, both are 'respected' anyway.
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    Take chemistry because it's the best. :p: I would say pick biology over physics if you enjoy it more, both are 'respected' anyway.
    yeah but for someone who may persure a non science carrer dosen't physics show a better element of being able to figure out problems
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    (Original post by goats)
    yeah but for someone who may persure a non science carrer dosen't physics show a better element of being able to figure out problems
    But then if you don't want a science career it probably doesn't really matter which science A levels you do, and maths shows good problem solving skills. Alternatively you could do another arts subject instead of a third science. Personally I would take subjects you enjoy most because A levels are hard and taking subjects you're less interested in will make them harder.
 
 
 
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