I'm not sure anymore- i keeping the option open with maths as part as the uni course i want to do. I just realised there are so many options open with maths + it's so competitive + i really love psychology. My ideal job would be a kind of acturial job that takes human factors into account- maybe something to do with health + safety or insurance. If it's any help i chose my ASs with actuarial stuff in mind + i did math, psychology, philosophy + economics (i dropped economics).(Original post by Stevie G)
Thanks, lou, I hadn't really given my degree much thought at all really, just do my AS' first, then start thinking about universities at A2.
You say you wanted to become an actuary for ages. Have you changed your mind or do you still want to do it?
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- 05-11-2003 20:44
- 05-11-2003 20:57
i want to do a maths(+year in france) degree too by the way; i just like maths - but im not at all sure what i want to do when i finish up.
- 22-12-2003 12:23
Everyone seems to be certain about taking an actuarial or maths degree, does anybody know whether taking economics would be a good option as well?
Also if i did this, would it be a good idea to take further maths (AS level) in my second year?