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    Anyone else wanting to do biology chemistry physics maths?
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    (Original post by Jitesh)
    Anyone else wanting to do biology chemistry physics maths?
    I considered it but I'm not too sure about physics. You?


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    (Original post by Firenze26)
    I considered it but I'm not too sure about physics. You?


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    I guess, it's so hard to decide! Definitely biology and chemistry! It's so hard because I love lots of subjects I do for GCSE.

    People think I'm insane wanting to do them four. I'd like to he a dentist, and they are my favourite subjects.

    What are you wanting to be when you're older?
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    Any people interested in Maths/ICT/Computing A levels? I'm new
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    (Original post by Jitesh)
    I guess, it's so hard to decide! Definitely biology and chemistry! It's so hard because I love lots of subjects I do for GCSE.

    People think I'm insane wanting to do them four. I'd like to he a dentist, and they are my favourite subjects.

    What are you wanting to be when you're older?
    I know what you mean because except for one, I'm willing to do any of the subjects I'm doing for GCSE and then some, does that make me sound like a nerd?

    I want to be a forensic scientist but I'm starting to seriously consider computer/software engineering. I thought of doing four A-levels not 3 A-levels and 1 AS but I dunno, I'm not that good enough at handling stress.

    I know this might be far off but do you already have a prospective(?) uni?


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    (Original post by Tsunaomi)
    Any people interested in Maths/ICT/Computing A levels? I'm new
    I considered them but you know, what about you?


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    (Original post by Firenze26)
    I considered them but you know, what about you?


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    I think I'll take those, or something similar what about you?
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    (Original post by Tsunaomi)
    I think I'll take those, or something similar what about you?
    Currently, my top choices/Set of A-levels are biology, chemistry, maths and history but, i dunno, I'm becoming to rethink my career choice to engineering or something, quite horrible considering applications and personal statements are being sent out to other schools.

    What career are you thinking of doing?


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    (Original post by Firenze26)
    Currently, my top choices/Set of A-levels are biology, chemistry, maths and history but, i dunno, I'm becoming to rethink my career choice to engineering or something, quite horrible considering applications and personal statements are being sent out to other schools.

    What career are you thinking of doing?


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    Sounds good! I couldn't handle all the writing in History
    & probably computer science
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    (Original post by Tsunaomi)
    Sounds good! I couldn't handle all the writing in History
    & probably computer science
    Cool, has that always been your dream degree?


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    (Original post by Firenze26)
    I know what you mean because except for one, I'm willing to do any of the subjects I'm doing for GCSE and then some, does that make me sound like a nerd?

    I want to be a forensic scientist but I'm starting to seriously consider computer/software engineering. I thought of doing four A-levels not 3 A-levels and 1 AS but I dunno, I'm not that good enough at handling stress.

    I know this might be far off but do you already have a prospective(?) uni?


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    Remember we will be doing it linear, but I'm sure most schools will still have the As option just i think it means you can't continue it to a2, but I may be wrong. Else I think it's 9 or so hours of exams at the end, based off two of years!
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    (Original post by Jitesh)
    Anyone else wanting to do biology chemistry physics maths?
    Me!

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    (Original post by Jitesh)
    Remember we will be doing it linear, but I'm sure most schools will still have the As option just i think it means you can't continue it to a2, but I may be wrong. Else I think it's 9 or so hours of exams at the end, based off two of years!
    All I could see with that number 9 is this Dante thing, oddly poetic.

    What do you think about it? Personally, I'm a bit mixed since while coursework will count for less (), there will be more exams.


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    (Original post by Firenze26)
    Cool, has that always been your dream degree?


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    Noo haha, I think I've wanted to be everything what subjects are you doing now?
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    (Original post by Tsunaomi)
    Noo haha, I think I've wanted to be everything what subjects are you doing now?
    Currently I'm doing:
    -English Language
    -English Literature
    -Maths
    -Biology (finished)
    -Chemistry (Finished)
    -Physics
    -Religious Studies
    -History
    -ICT
    -French

    What about you?
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    (Original post by Firenze26)
    Currently I'm doing:
    -English Language
    -English Literature
    -Maths
    -Biology (finished)
    -Chemistry (Finished)
    -Physics
    -Religious Studies
    -History
    -ICT
    -French

    What about you?
    -English Language
    -English Literature
    -Maths
    -Biology
    -Chemistry
    -Physics
    -RE
    -Technology
    -ICT
    -French

    Ours are really similar :eek:
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    (Original post by Tsunaomi)
    -English Language
    -English Literature
    -Maths
    -Biology
    -Chemistry
    -Physics
    -RE
    -Technology
    -ICT
    -French

    Ours are really similar :eek:
    That's so cool and slightly weird but still cool XD

    The only difference is I'm taking History instead of technology. What's technology like?
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    (Original post by Firenze26)
    That's so cool and slightly weird but still cool XD

    The only difference is I'm taking History instead of technology. What's technology like?
    It is XD Tech is okay, it was easier when I started age 11 though haha, all about electronics at the moment!
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    (Original post by Tsunaomi)
    It is XD Tech is okay, it was easier when I started age 11 though haha, all about electronics at the moment!
    I wish my school offers that. Good luck with your choices btw
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    (Original post by Firenze26)
    I wish my school offers that. Good luck with your choices btw
    You too!
 
 
 
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