For my GCSE's I took:
I don't know my results yet though but I am predicted A's in all and an A* in Maths, History and ICT (:
I was wondering if there are any A Levels that are kind of disregarded for Uni? I'm thinking of taking Maths, Further Maths, Photography and Psychology with Physics as a back up for my 1st year (: And then we have to drop one for our second.
I don't know what I want to do yet though to be honest - maybe Architecture? But to be honest I have no clue expect that teaching is my plan B
*I meant Psychology not Physiology
Last edited by Flowertopsfi; 19-06-2012 at 18:03.
Reason: *I meant Psychology not Physiology
I wouldn't worry too much for the time being for architecture as you can usually get in with what might seem like an odd combination. But I wouldn't recommend doing two 'soft' subjects like photography and psycology as it will narrow the number of universities you can apply for, they usually only allow one. I would advise art over photography it would be MUCH more helpful when making a portfolio. But don't think about this too much yet you will be likely to change your mind after results anyway. I changed mine after results and it was the best decision.
The best advice I was given in year 11 by an architect was to choose subjects I enjoyed, I did and it led me to architecture anyway, so choose what you enjoy and that will get you going in the right direction.
Last edited by Claire888; 20-06-2012 at 13:45.