Next year I will be going to sixth form. I was wondering what subjects should I take?

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Choice on what to take for A-Levels.

Posted Fri 30th November, 2012 @ 16:46 by Sarah

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what subjects do you like

what do you want to do at uni

do you think you have the grades to do a specific subjects

ask yourself this kk

Answered Fri 30th November, 2012 @ 16:47 by aliimz
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What subjects do you like the most in GCSEs and what subjects are you good at? This is what I looked at when I chose my A-Levels subject as well as I looked at what I wanted to do when I grow up. You should be confident on what you want to do because to be honest you are the only one that can answer your own questions. Because it is your life and it is your future. Be careful when choosing the subjects because some day you might regret it. Like me.

Answered Fri 30th November, 2012 @ 16:51 by Sadia
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firstly, do you have any specific career in mind? such as if you want to work in medicine you should take science subjects. secondly, what subjects do you enjoy or did well in at gcse, this is what i based my choices on. thirdly go to open evenings talk to your teachers see whats avalible and there might be something new that will interest you, thats why i do psychology now.

Answered Fri 30th November, 2012 @ 16:59 by Thegirlwhoknewtoomuch - Team GR
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If you have no idea what you want to do as a career, then just do four subjects you really enjoy or at least think you would do well in. Do you like any of the sciences or maths or English? Any languages or humanities you like? Would you like to try a new subject that you haven't/can't do at GCSE? Think about these questions and it should help :) also talking to teachers/friends and family helps!

Answered Fri 30th November, 2012 @ 17:32 by Joanne
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when i decided i thought about my favourite subjects becuase you need to enjoy what your studying and have that motivation to do the extra work in free's also if your not sure but are thinking generally about uni then any science and math subjects are really good, i took chemistry, geology, maths and food tech btw and am really happy with my options becuase there so varied and really interesting to me anyway :) good luck!

Answered Fri 30th November, 2012 @ 18:57 by lucy
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always make sure you take at least one subject you enjoy or else you will get bored and therefore you won't do as well, you always do better in subjects you enjoy because you are willing to put the work in.

Answered Fri 30th November, 2012 @ 20:39 by Thegirlwhoknewtoomuch - Team GR