DD loves history and french and wants to do a similar combo at university so the first 2 A level choices were easy. Because of the limits of the history taught at school (all relatively modern), she has decided on classical civilisation. She is doing triple science GCSE and maths and additional maths. She initially chose chemistry as her 4th subject, mainly because the maths department were very anti maths being a 4th choice. She is now wavering because the head of house said chemistry sat a bit oddly with her other choices. Which I guess it does. Is it more odd than maths?