You should do maths. I hated it at GCSE level, and was on a B grade until about a month before the exam. A-level Maths is very different. It's the "most asked for" A-level when applying to university. Even if you're applying for an essay-based subject, maths will still be useful later on.(Original post by TeenPolyglot)
How did you choose your A Levels, and do you like them? Are there any that you regret, and what is the best way that I can prevent myself from regretting a subject?
I completely messed up when choosing A-levels, but it was fine:
I started in September of year 12 doing English Literature, Music Technology, Media Studies, and Geography. I dropped English within two weeks, and started Physics. Then I started teaching myself Maths in October. Finished with 5 AS-levels, then dropped Music Technology, and started teaching myself AS and A2 Further Maths.
I don't really regret anything (I wasn't actually allowed to do AS Maths as I failed an algebra test that they gave everyone before the GCSE exam). In fact, I'm glad I was so indecisive; I was able to try out a lot of subjects before swapping, so I wasn't anxious that I'd picked the wrong subject later on.
How did you choose your A-Level courses?
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