I was wondering whether the subjects you take at A-Level will restrict you not only in terms of applying to university, but whether employers will take them into account. The reason I am asking is that I am taking two 'less respected' or 'easier' A-Levels and am currently studying A2. The subjects I am studying are as follows:
A Level English Language
A2 Media Studies
A2 Communication and Culture
I originally took the latter two A-levels because they sounded interesting and enjoyable, however now I am worrying that I should have taken more'academic' subjects such as philosophy or sociology. Saying that, I am predicted 3 A's for the end of A2 and my parents think I will be fine!
Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
How important are A-level subject choices??
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