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    Hello Owen,

    Welcome to ChemNet!  Have you seen Learn Chemistry?  There are lots of resources on there to help students.  Including these games http://www.rsc.org/learn-chemistry/resource/listing?searchtext=games&eMediaType=MED00000009

    You could also have a look at our interactive periodic table http://www.rsc.org/periodic-ta...
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    Hi Jordan
     
    You obviously have some ideas about possible future careers and you are taking a good range of A2 subjects to keep your degree course options open.
     
    You’re right that a degree course in chemistry can be broad – courses normally allow you to specialise as you progress, so you may have the option to take modules related to your interest in biolo...
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    Hello. I’m also a member of the Dr Careers team and will do my best to answer your questions.
     
    After working with students and apprentices for a number of years I moved into careers information. As an in-house author and a freelancer, I’ve researched and written a wide range of resources including brochures, web content and books (such as Decisions at 13...

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