I'm fairly new to this forum and would like to seek the advice of some experienced students on my choice of A levels.
I am currently taking Art & Design, Media Studies, Double ICT and English Literature. However, 3 of these are not really respected A Levels and it is beginning to worry me.
Whilst maintaining modesty, I am not a struggling student and enjoy learning and studying; I have recently begun researching and practicing memory skills and techniques out of school and psychology in general. The reasons for my A Level choices were based on the assumption that I was not sure what I wanted to do, but I am quite good at cartoons and art and wanted to pursue a career in this field with the possibility of journalism.
However, I am now faced with other potential career route: Law, Psychologist, Architect etc and I don't want to not be able to do them. I have researched and found that Maths is advisable for Architecture, Psychology for Psychology and writing based subjects for Law.
The question is: Do I drop or take up extra A Levels to suit these possibilities? Learning would not be a great problem as I can put my newly learnt memory techniques into practice. If someone could advise me it would be greatly appreciated.
And just to add, I apologize if I come across as arrogant as it may appear that way to some after reading through my post. Also, sorry it's a long one!
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- Thread Starter
- 27-01-2010 21:19