What A-levels did you take? And what degree do you hope to study?

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    Geography
    Maths
    Physics
    French (AS)

    Hopefully going to do Geophysics at Edinburgh if I get the grades
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    Psychology
    Scociology
    Philosophy and Ethics.

    hopefully Psychology at Bristol, if all goes to plan.
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    (Original post by Chwirkytheappleboy)
    If I may respond on his behalf:

    You haven't chosen exactly the same subjects as me therefore I'm going to demonstrate my supreme naivity by:

    * Saying you're stupid
    * Claiming that I am academically superior to you even though I have in no way achieved anything that might support such a statement
    * Informing you that you have no future because you have no prospects in your career choice
    * Calling you a loser
    * Suggesting that I will be infinitely more successful than you, despite not having actually been accepted into University myself yet
    I've run out of rep...:unsure:
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    English literature
    Hostory
    Philosophy and ethics
    Fine art
    I've always wanted to study underwater archeology and southampton uni but the classical civilisation and philosophy course at Royal Holloway looks good too.
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    Biology
    Chemistry
    Maths + Statistics
    Spanish (Dropping after AS)

    Hoping to study Medicine
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    (Original post by RainReader)
    I've run out of rep...:unsure:
    No worries my friend. A remote five is all I need

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    Studying:
    History
    English Lit
    French
    English Language

    Hoping to study History/History, Literature and Culture of (the) America(s) at uni
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    History
    Maths
    Further Maths (but only to AS, unless I drop it fully )
    Politics
    Economics

    I want to do PPE at uni
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    Studying A2 English lang/lit, Biology and Psychology and AS Philosophy now.
    Got an A in AS maths/stats last year and dropped it.
    Hoping to study English at uni from September.
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    Art
    Product Design
    Maths
    Physics

    Hope to study architecture this year
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    Biology
    Psychology
    Art
    Business (AS)

    Applied to study sport science
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    English Lit
    History
    Latin
    (I also did German at AS.)

    I have a few offers already for English.
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    I am taking (AS):
    English Literature
    History
    Geography
    Business studies (will probably drop it next year)
    I am hoping to read Law at university :cool:
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    Maths
    Biology
    Chemistry
    English Literature

    Not too sure what I'd like to do at Uni yet, possibly optometry, but I'm not too sure yet. :3
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    Already posted this, but didn't ask the question I wanted to.


    English literature;
    Religious studies;
    History; and
    Philosophy

    Want to study law. Are the subjects okay to study law?
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    I do:
    Biology
    Chemistry
    Physics
    History
    and intend to do chemistry at uni or something related...
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    Politics
    Economics
    History
    English Lit (going to drop it after AS)

    Hopefully Politics or European Politics, maybe at Nottingham.
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    (Original post by AGrumpyMole)
    I do:
    Biology
    Chemistry
    Physics
    History
    and intend to do chemistry at uni or something related...
    Chemistry without maths?
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    In September I'll be taking:
    Biology
    Chemistry
    Economics
    History...
    hopefully for medicine! (I feel like I've just written a cliche)
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    (Original post by I'mBadAtMaths)
    Chemistry without maths?
    Yes, there are loads of good unis (Uni of Sheffield is one example) that do not require maths. They provide classes for maths as do many other unis.
 
 
 
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