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GCSE Students - What subjects will you take for A-Levels?

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    I'm going to take English Lit, History, Dance and either french or maths. Everyone is telling me its a weird range haha! I'm unsure on whether to take french or maths-any advice anyone?
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    not doing a levels
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    (Original post by curtisg)
    Government & Politics, economics, maths and physics. Plan to drop government and politics after AS though because of the poor career prospects.
    That's exactly what I took this year!! : D I'm dropping politics too xD I found it really hard, but very interesting. Good luck

    This was posted from The Student Room's Android App on my HTC One X
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    I'm taking Maths, Geography, Biology and German
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    I am doing Physics, Technology, Maths, German (being half-German ) and an EPQ for my A levels at my current school Lancaster Royal Grammar School (Requires 7 B's). I aspire to be a aeronautical engineer and my current choices of English Uni's I might do are Leicester, Imperial or Loveborough. However I might also go to Uni in Germany since I can speak fluent German where the Uni's are also renowned internationally and its free or dirt-cheap.
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    Maths, Further Maths, Economics and Accounting
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    English Literature
    Classical Civ.
    History
    But i'm not sure whether to take Politics or law as my my fourth subject. :P
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    I will be doing:

    -Accounting
    -ICT
    -BTEC Diploma in Business

    I want to become a chartered accountant, are these good A-levels? And how will life be at college studying them subjects? hard? easy?
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    French, English, History and either Geography or Maths!
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    (Original post by smellycat_forever)
    I'm going to take English Lit, History, Dance and either french or maths. Everyone is telling me its a weird range haha! I'm unsure on whether to take french or maths-any advice anyone?
    I'd do French - it's always good to have a foreign language!
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    I'm doing Maths, Further Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Law
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    I'm doing French, Spanish, Economics and English Literature
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    (Original post by hines)
    German, French, Latin and Classics
    Yay languages! Everyone thinks I'm mental for taking more than one foreign language haha
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    Maths, chemistry, English lit and history. Quite varied!


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    (Original post by saraswiftlove)
    I'd do French - it's always good to have a foreign language!
    I second this - I do French, it's alot of work but I've found it massively rewarding
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    chemistry,economics,maths,biolog y
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    History, geography, biology and economics.

    Probably a bit foolish doing eco without maths and bio without chem but oh well
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    Scottish Highers : Mathematics, English, Biology, Physics, History. Could I have chosen any more classical subjects? Haha.
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    Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Geography

    4 Hard subjects :s not sure I've made the right choice.
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    (Original post by 68242)
    History, geography, biology and economics.

    Probably a bit foolish doing eco without maths and bio without chem but oh well
    You're right about the bio without the chem.

    Economics is absolutely fine without maths, there is none involved at all.

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