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    Alright, this is it. I've handed in the piece of paper, this is what I will be doing next year. You can criticise my choices all you want, I don't care:

    English Literature
    French
    Politics
    Economics
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    (Original post by Lord Huntroyde)
    Alright, this is it. I've handed in the piece of paper, this is what I will be doing next year. You can criticise my choices all you want, I don't care:

    English Literature
    French
    Politics
    Economics
    what r u thinking of doing at uni?
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    (Original post by Lord Huntroyde)
    Alright, this is it. I've handed in the piece of paper, this is what I will be doing next year. You can criticise my choices all you want, I don't care:

    English Literature
    French
    Politics
    Economics
    No science?
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    i think they are all good, strong subjects.
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    (Original post by *dave*)
    No science?
    No, I'm crap at them.
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    (Original post by Lord Huntroyde)
    Alright, this is it. I've handed in the piece of paper, this is what I will be doing next year. You can criticise my choices all you want, I don't care:

    English Literature
    French
    Politics
    Economics
    English Literature - Good
    French - Bad
    Politics - Good
    Economics - Good

    Not bad choices, overall, provided you want to base your career around something similar.
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    (Original post by Mr White)
    English Literature - Good
    French - Bad
    Politics - Good
    Economics - Good

    Not bad choices, overall, provided you want to base your career around something similar.
    decent subjects lord H. im doing:

    english lit
    economics
    biology
    history
    and if i can ill also do psychology
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    (Original post by Mr White)
    English Literature - Good
    French - Bad
    Politics - Good
    Economics - Good

    Not bad choices, overall, provided you want to base your career around something similar.
    What's wrong with French? The language of lurve and diplomacy.
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    (Original post by Lord Huntroyde)
    What's wrong with French? The language of lurve and diplomacy.
    All languages are too easy to be studied at school for two years. One can easily teach oneself. You'd be better spending your time learning a more useful subject (History!).
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    Maths'd be v.nice with Economics if ur thinking of degrees like PPE...
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    (Original post by Mr White)
    All languages are too easy to be studied at school for two years. One can easily teach oneself. You'd be better spending your time learning a more useful subject (History!).
    I've been learning French for 6 years thus far and have very little to show for it. A-level French seems to be the only time when they teach you something worth knowing.
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    Maths'd be v.nice with Economics if ur thinking of degrees like PPE...
    maths is a no no. Dont mention maths please. Thankyou
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    (Original post by HamaL)
    Maths'd be v.nice with Economics if ur thinking of degrees like PPE...
    My Maths teacher actually told me not to do A-level Maths. I don't have a Mathmaticians mind...

    I don't care.

    I don't even like Maths.

    She's the expert.

    I should value her opinion.

    *****.
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    (Original post by Lord Huntroyde)
    I've been learning French for 6 years thus far and have very little to show for it. A-level French seems to be the only time when they teach you something worth knowing.
    do french if you're good at it. If your crap at it,then dont. I never understood french and still dont...
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    (Original post by Lord Huntroyde)
    I've been learning French for 6 years thus far and have very little to show for it. A-level French seems to be the only time when they teach you something worth knowing.
    It's your choice. Whatever people say here, do what you want to.
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    (Original post by Lord Huntroyde)
    My Maths teacher actually told me not to do A-level Maths. I don't have a Mathmaticians mind...

    I don't care.

    I don't even like Maths.

    She's the expert.

    I should value her opinion.

    *****.
    I HATE MATHS. Thats about it really.
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    (Original post by Mr White)
    It's your choice. Whatever people say here, do what you want to.
    I'm actually better at German but if I wanted to sound like an old washing machine full of penny pieces and seven kittens, I would use another method to achieve this, such as having my teeth removed by a dentist with Parkinson's disease.
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    (Original post by Anna)
    I HATE MATHS. Thats about it really.
    Y?
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    (Original post by *dave*)
    Y?
    It's difficult, uninteresting, unenthusing and to many pointless. Politics and Economics on the other hand...
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    You know there is almost something beautiful about maths when it works, the way there is only one answer and it makes perfect sense. I wish I had got it more, I got B at AS. To be honest you have missed out one of the most relevant and interesting A levels...... chemistry... yes I just said chemistry!
 
 
 
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