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    Why not take another and do Business Studies as a fourth? The fourth tends to be the irrelevant one and I presume you are doing four in Lower Sixth?
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    if your doing maths and biology and not much else why not do chemistry/ physcis, because their both along the same lines therefor its a fair point that you'd be at least fairly interested in those too.

    Or go completely the other way and take two completely random subjects of the off chance that they might interest you, and therefor leading to a show of diversity.

    if your planning on medicine, do chemistry
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    depends on what you are planing to take at uni

    with biology and maths, why not take physic or chemistry

    bit of a different to head down the maths bio route then to take BS, take what ever you enjoy
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    (Original post by stuntinlikemydaddy)
    Sorry that i keep editing my questions, (should have thought my original post through, but one last thing; as I'm undecided about Uni subject, would it be wise to take one that keeps my options more open, if there is such one? I'm confusing myself to be honest but if anyone can make sense of my post please help =)
    Doing 4 subjects opens up more universities you can go to as well as courses.
 
 
 
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