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    how come most of you are doing 5 as levels, we onnly do 4 they say theres no time to do any more and it would b 2 hard anyway!
    our teacher sed that theres no point cos universities only look for 3
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    Heyup - I'm doing Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Maths, Further Maths, Spanish and Critical Thinking (compulsory)[email protected] gonna have no life eek!
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    (Original post by hedwig)
    how come most of you are doing 5 as levels, we onnly do 4 they say theres no time to do any more and it would b 2 hard anyway!
    our teacher sed that theres no point cos universities only look for 3
    yeh i'm doing 4AS plus GenStud, then 3 A2 plus GenStud
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    how are you all managing to get 6+ as?!? We choose 4 AS subjects to continue right hte way through to A level. But FMaths takes up two options so that's why I've only got 2.
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    Further Maths at my school is an extra which takes up 2 of your free periods a week (we normally have 6), Critical Thinking takes up another 2, and Spanish is at lunchtimes and after school.
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    I'm planning to do ASs in biology, chemistry, French and geography (or possibily maths/physics). Can't wait! Oh, and General Studies!
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    Physics, chemistry, biology (tho God knows why cos I screwed up the exam), French and Religion, philosophy and ethics (one subject). Also got to read up maths in order to do what I want at university.
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    (Original post by Piggy)
    Further Maths at my school is an extra which takes up 2 of your free periods a week (we normally have 6), Critical Thinking takes up another 2, and Spanish is at lunchtimes and after school.
    omg. :eek: :eek: :eek: well I want to have a life.lol.I want to enjoy lunchtimes and free periods. Why do you need 6 of them?Unis only require 4 AS levels.
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    Further Maths at my school is an extra which takes up 2 of your free periods a week
    We have a similar system, except instead of taking up free periods, it takes up general studies plus 2 lunch times Oh well, hopefully it'll be worth it in the end
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    (Original post by Piggy)
    Heyup - I'm doing Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Maths, Further Maths, Spanish and Critical Thinking (compulsory)[email protected] gonna have no life eek!
    Wow! Good luck with that!

    I'm in awe of you!

    May I ask why you're doing seven? It sounds like a lot of work and I don't think any university would expect you to do that many!

    I guess if you're mathematically minded, Maths/Further Maths shouldn't be too taxing and I don't know much about Critical Thinking but the name of it suggests it is pretty straight forward.
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    (Original post by IZZY!)
    omg. :eek: :eek: :eek: well I want to have a life.lol.I want to enjoy lunchtimes and free periods. Why do you need 6 of them?Unis only require 4 AS levels.
    True, but I'm doing them because I really enjoy hem and want to learn for the sake of knowledge, not just to get into uni. Cheesy but true!
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    Electrical engineering, ICT, (maybe phsics)
 
 
 
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