I can see you want to keep your options open . I'd suggest not doing physics that way you have bio chem and maths which is all you need for medecine and then history and English if you decide to do history .
(Original post by weasleyisking)
Right so, I'm leaving school next year (2012) and I need to start thinking about colleges and sixth forms. I know I'm deffinately doing A Levels, but I just don't know what to pick as I am unsure of what I want to do a degree in, maybe Medicine of History?
I want to keep my options open so I'll need to do all my sciences and my maths along with English and History.
So all together that'll be:
6 A Levels.
I just want to know if that's possible. Are you allowed to take six a levels? Would that be too much work? I'm predicted for A's and A*'s at GCSE so I can do the work, I just wonder if it's too much?
Most people do 4 quite a few people i know ( including myself ) do 5 . I only know know person who is doing 6 and there sixth a level is critical thinking
Five is still al lot but something manageable if you completly all out for the whole two years i'd say
And then before A2 if you found it too challenging you could drop something else and take 4 onto A2
Last edited by GabGirl; 12-10-2011 at 20:54.