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Sooo I’ve chosen 2 A-levels but I’m struggling on a 3rd. I’m doing psychology and film studies, but I don’t know what to do for a third a level. I have limited options as I did foundation at GCSEs and I didn’t do any design subjects. My options are either English language, media studies and law (my college requirement is a 5 at English Lang.) Which one should I do?
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(Original post by Ohanson15)
Sooo I’ve chosen 2 A-levels but I’m struggling on a 3rd. I’m doing psychology and film studies, but I don’t know what to do for a third a level. I have limited options as I did foundation at GCSEs and I didn’t do any design subjects. My options are either English language, media studies and law (my college requirement is a 5 at English Lang.) Which one should I do?
english language would be a good idea i think
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(Original post by Ohanson15)
Sooo I’ve chosen 2 A-levels but I’m struggling on a 3rd. I’m doing psychology and film studies, but I don’t know what to do for a third a level. I have limited options as I did foundation at GCSEs and I didn’t do any design subjects. My options are either English language, media studies and law (my college requirement is a 5 at English Lang.) Which one should I do?
What degree interests you?
What subjects are you good at and enjoy?
Need some idea of what your direction is or preferences are.
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Hi there, thank you for replying. I have changed my options and instead doing film studies and Health and social care. I am interested in doing a nursing degree after A-levels, but I am limited to my options. I did foundation science at GCSE and cannot do science at a levels as the requirements of my college are grades two 6s and above. I enjoy doing English Language and creative art subjects, but most of which require to have been took at GCSEs (the creative arts).
I don't enjoy doing maths or geography so im not really looking to take these at A-levels.

Many thanks, Liv
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(Original post by Ohanson15)
Hi there, thank you for replying. I have changed my options and instead doing film studies and Health and social care. I am interested in doing a nursing degree after A-levels, but I am limited to my options. I did foundation science at GCSE and cannot do science at a levels as the requirements of my college are grades two 6s and above. I enjoy doing English Language and creative art subjects, but most of which require to have been took at GCSEs (the creative arts).
I don't enjoy doing maths or geography so im not really looking to take these at A-levels.

Many thanks, Liv
Hi Liv

If doing Biology isn't realistic, what about doing a social science like Psychology or Sociology? Some unis say that they prefer a science or a social science A level for a nursing degree
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english would be a good option to study
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