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Unlike at GCSE, there isnt an A level in general or combined Science. At A level Science is studied in its component subjects:Physics,Chemistry and Biology. There is a level of specialism required in each of these, which means that to combine them into one subject would dilute the knowledge required.

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The individual three sciences are highly viewed by universities and if you want to go on to study for a degree in Medicine, Dentistry or Pharmacology you'll need to have both

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