A level options??

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hey :)

I had to choose my A levels and I kept changing my mind. I have no idea what I want to be when I'm older and I'm getting the same grades in all my subjects. 

I put on the form Spanish (which I know I definitely want to do) Maths, Biology and History; but they don't really match - two humanities and two science/maths subjects ?? We can change the subjects before we start but does anyone have any sujestions or advice? Does anyone do these subjects? 

Thank you !!

Posted Wed 4th April, 2012 @ 19:56 by Sarah

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Well if you do decide to stick with those, then you could do pretty much anything! You could go down the science route at Uni, languages (hence Spanish) or even arts with History!

I'm currently doing AS level Biology, Chemistry, French and Psychology. Personally, I'd definitely recommend a language as it may be hard work but lots of fun! Biology is good too. I can't help you with the others, but I know lots of people who study completely unrelated subjects (including myself). Just choose your favourites and go from there!

Good luck! :)

Answered Wed 4th April, 2012 @ 20:26 by Jessica
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I don't think it matters that they're unrelated because it will give you more options in the future. And at least you have 2 pairs of things going together. I'm doing Biology, Maths, Psychology and Music (which doesn't really go with anything). Biology and Maths are really good so good choice :) but i'm doing maths statistics and i don't really know much about any other maths courses.

I suppose in the end as long as you like all your subjects it doesn't really matter because you have to like them because of the amount of work you have to put in. It's also worth considering what you want to do after school like what course would you do at uni if you're going and what do you need for that course. Bear in mind that when uni science courses say they need 2 science subjects, maths is a science :)

Good luck :) x

Answered Sat 7th April, 2012 @ 17:18 by Katie W
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thank you :)

Answered Sun 22nd April, 2012 @ 13:09 by Sarah