7 is way too much, unis only want 3/4 really. I study 5 and its a lot of work and they dont even have coursework and by guessing the arts subjects have a lot of coursework in them. I would cut down all the different artsy ones and just do them as hobbies
Not really no, unless your a child prodigy, which (no offence) but you're probably not considering those choices. To be honest I don't think many Universities would value half those subjects anyway. The ones they would I suspect are English, Art, Art History, Business Studies (marginal).
(Original post by IndiaCaitlinn)
My cousin did 7 A levels and a degree at Oxford.
He is currently unemployed and spends all his time on world of warcraft.
Just focus on the ones that you enjoy the most and need for what you want to do - otherwise you will work yourself into the ground
A degree at Oxford and he is spending time on WOW?
(Original post by kpritchx)
How are you physically going to fit it in a timetable?! 9 hours per subject times 7 subjects... 63 hour weeks?!!
When I was taking my Audio Engineering Diploma at SAE, my classes were only about 3-3.5 hours a day, but I spent almost 12 hours per day, for every single day of the week, doing assignments and studying for exams.
I guess, when you get into the hang of it, it kinds of rubs off? It's not that much of fun, but the end results are extremely satisfying.
I am not sure whether anyone can relate to this? But, if you can, you will get the drift of it.
Why dont you just do 4 and put that extra time that you would have spent doing work into doing somthing extra that will make universitys want you for example you could do some volunteer work.
4 excelent A levels and volunteering will been seen as alot better than 7 alright A levels