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    Oh yeah to add 2 my post, i also have to take General STudies, an extra hour of sleep! Yay!
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    Already Done AS: Eng Lit, French
    Doing AS: French Psychology Media History Computing General Studies
    Doing A2: French Psychology Media History Computing General Studies

    I'm dreading it but looking forward to it at the same time
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    As you can see from my signature I'm doing biology, theatre studies and music tec at college. And physics from home. I'm really looking forward to starting college - and not having to do any maths and english anymore!!!
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    im takin maths, futher maths, biology, chemistry and physics!
    How are people managing to do 5-6!?!

    Is it just that our school is generous allocating time? We can only do 4 max.
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    (Original post by sheepgirl)
    I'm really looking forward to starting college - and not having to do any maths and english anymore!!!
    I second that; I hated maths at school. :mad: I'm hoping to take Biology, Chemistry, a Humanities subject (probably History) and a Modern Language (probably Spanish).
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    Well I'm taking Biology, Chemistry, French and I'm undecided on the 4th. It's between geography/physics/maths.
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    Maths, physics, english lit. and art. Fun stufff...
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    (Original post by davidt)
    How are people managing to do 5-6!?!

    Is it just that our school is generous allocating time? We can only do 4 max.
    our school can only do 4 aswell, but i don't care about those stupid rules, im doing 7 including critical thinking whether they like it or not :p:
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    My school usually only allows four but if you do mathematics and further mathematics you can do five. I think it's because there is only one lesson of further mathematics a week and basically you have to thech it to yourself! That way students can still squeeze in five A levels into their timetable. I think four A levels is the norm.
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    (Original post by edwardmonk89)
    My school usually only allows four but if you do mathematics and further mathematics you can do five. I think it's because there is only one lesson of further mathematics a week and basically you have to thech it to yourself! That way students can still squeeze in five A levels into their timetable. i think four A levels is the norm.
    like my school that is, but even if i was gonna do maths i wouldnt pick further maths, coz its more wrok and you lose 2frees a week, but i suppose if you love it...
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    (Original post by edwardmonk89)
    My school usually only allows four but if you do mathematics and further mathematics you can do five. I think it's because there is only one lesson of further mathematics a week and basically you have to thech it to yourself! That way students can still squeeze in five A levels into their timetable. i think four A levels is the norm.
    Ditto.
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    Heh, is it really sad that I'm already looking forward to my AS's? Oh dear ..

    Anyways, I'm taking Philosophy and Ethics, Biology, Photography and Textiles in school and Maths & French outside. I'm only taking those extras because my mum's a maths teacher and I lived in french-speaking Switzerland, though. No amazing intellect going on here.
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    (Original post by LouisaG)
    Heh, is it really sad that I'm already looking forward to my AS's? Oh dear ..
    Bleh! Course it's not... I am really excited about the prospect of independant study!! I don't care how people regard me after saying that, but I am excited about redeeming myself after two dismal years of no-work GCSE nightmare... I'm gunna ****ing work my ass off!
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    Psychology, Business Studies, ICT & English Lit.
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    AS: Physics, Maths, French, History
    A2s: I'll probably drop history...
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    Maths, Physics, Business Studies, Pyschology
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    Biology, Chemistry, English, Physics and Art
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    (Original post by Piggy)
    I'm doing Maths, Further Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Critical Thinking (compulsory). However, I'm considering taking French instead of Physics - is this wise?
    yes! shows breadth...only a good thing!
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    (Original post by SketchyCanvas)
    Im taking Biology, Art, Maths, and either Chemistry or Sociology as the place where i wanna go doesn't do phsycology Isn't anyone here doing art as a-level??
    yes i am... gud, stressful times ahead
 
 
 
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