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i need to pick four out of biology, chemistry, physics, maths and P.E. which four will be best?

Posted: 02-03-12 16:41 by william ridge

I didn't do any of those subjects for A-level, so I'm no expert. But, I know people who are and I would say definitely do maths (it keeps more options open for your future)

At my school, a lot of people struggles with chemistry last year, so you should think about what your strengths are and what you enjoy. Although, sciences and maths are more likely to give you a greater choice in terms of your future after A-levels

Posted: 02-03-12 17:09 by Cara

I think do maths, 2 of the sciences and P.E , maths is really well recognised by unis, and so are sceinces but if u do all sciences and maths it makes u abit one sided like only a sciency person (maths is seen as a science) , so having pe shows u have a variety of skills 

Posted: 02-03-12 17:22 by Lamise Hassan

I think do maths, 2 of the sciences and P.E , maths is really well recognised by unis, and so are sceinces but if u do all sciences and maths it makes u abit one sided like only a sciency person (maths is seen as a science) , so having pe shows u have a variety of skills 

Posted: 02-03-12 17:22 by Lamise Hassan

this doesnt answer the question, but you must be pretty clever, becasue these are quite hard subjects! im studying a level at the min, and imm so glad i dont do any of these subjects anymore. good luck with what you choose tho :)

Posted: 03-03-12 16:34 by Gabby Tracey