GCSE Students - What subjects will you take for A-Levels?

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    I think I'm going to take maths, chemistry biology & history. I want to take physics as well but my school wont let us do 5 subjects :/ I want to study medicine at uni - do these subjects sound like they will be the right choice for that?
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    (Original post by Jas1)
    I think I'm going to take maths, chemistry biology & history. I want to take physics as well but my school wont let us do 5 subjects :/ I want to study medicine at uni - do these subjects sound like they will be the right choice for that?
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    (Original post by Jas1)
    I think I'm going to take maths, chemistry biology & history. I want to take physics as well but my school wont let us do 5 subjects :/ I want to study medicine at uni - do these subjects sound like they will be the right choice for that?
    I wanna do them too xD
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    WOW i guess the humanities are really neglected on TSR.

    History
    English Lit
    Philosophy
    Economics
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    Economics, Business Studies, ICT and Criminology ;o
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    Math (Statistics), Chemistry, Biology, Physcology OR Computing (Dependant on what school I go)
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    (Original post by j.alexanderh)
    Maths + Further, Physics, Japanese, Music.

    Expecting to see lots of enthusiastic future music students, I haven't come across many so far.

    Edit: WHY IS NO-ONE DOING MUSIC?
    I love music I would have done it if my school had decent teachers :L They don't know what they're talking about so :/
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    Maths, Economics, Psychology, Spanish and A2 Turkish (As I will be doing my AS this year- I'm in year 11)
    I may have to do Further Maths in my second year instead of dropping a subject
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    Fun times when you are all doing hardcore subjects. I'm doing maths, biology, english language and religous studies, I was thinking of changing english or RS to chemistry. But I don't think i'll be able to cope with hard subjects. What do you think guys?
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    (Original post by dippers)
    Fun times when you are all doing hardcore subjects. I'm doing maths, biology, english language and religous studies, I was thinking of changing english or RS to chemistry. But I don't think i'll be able to cope with hard subjects. What do you think guys?
    It depends on what you are hoping to study at university.
    What are you hoping to study?
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    Maths, Chemistry, Biology and Geography!
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    Maths, History, Economics and French (possibly Further Maths)

    Interested in doing Economics or maybe History (with French, if it's available).
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    I'm taking English language, Law, Psychology and History
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    I'm doing Biology, Maths, History and Classics.

    Am I the only one doing Classics? I think it looks really interesting
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    (Original post by Jas1)
    I think I'm going to take maths, chemistry biology & history. I want to take physics as well but my school wont let us do 5 subjects :/ I want to study medicine at uni - do these subjects sound like they will be the right choice for that?
    if you want to do medicine i would recommend you drop history after As or possible consider swapping history for physics :-)
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    English (lit), Politics, History and Philosophy. the number of essays that should bring will be interesting.... Humanities
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    I've probably already posted but...
    OCR Chemistry
    AQA Biology and Economics
    Politics - exam board = ?

    And I am proud to say that four individually coloured wallets are labelled and ready to be used come the summer, when I start the introductory work set by the college.
    Blue for Chem, clear for Bio, pink for Politics and purple for Eco... so geekily GORGEOUS!

    :sexface:
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    (Original post by Alexandra's Box)
    I've probably already posted but...
    OCR Chemistry
    AQA Biology and Economics
    Edexcel History (Modern)

    And I am proud to say that four individually coloured wallets are labelled and ready to be used come the summer, when I start the introductory work set by the college.
    Blue for Chem, clear for Bio, pink for History and purple for Eco... so geekily GORGEOUS!

    :sexface:
    wohoo I'm not the only stationary mad and crazily organised year 11 on here! I'm taking Maths, German and Sociology AQA and Economics Edexcel and although I haven't bought anything yet, I have started thinking about colour-coding, where I'm going to put notes etc. :lol:
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    History, English Literature, Latin, Ancient Greek, French (+General Studies)
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    (Original post by Alexandra's Box)
    I've probably already posted but...
    OCR Chemistry
    AQA Biology and Economics
    Edexcel History (Modern)

    And I am proud to say that four individually coloured wallets are labelled and ready to be used come the summer, when I start the introductory work set by the college.
    Blue for Chem, clear for Bio, pink for History and purple for Eco... so geekily GORGEOUS!

    :sexface:

    (Original post by thatgirlbecky)
    wohoo I'm not the only stationary mad and crazily organised year 11 on here! I'm taking Maths, German and Sociology AQA and Economics Edexcel and although I haven't bought anything yet, I have started thinking about colour-coding, where I'm going to put notes etc. :lol:
    Yay! I'm not the only one who loves my stuff to be all organised well in advance! Still need to decide on colours for each subject
 
 
 
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