I'm in year 11. I have actually selected and entered my sixth form application to my school already but I have now, briefly re-considered my choices.
I have always thought I would like to do economics or business at university like LSE or Oxbridge. I do enjoy business studies and have always enjoyed making money, then again who doesn't.
So I chose my A levels I liked but also so they suited economics/PPE/Business at Uni. I eventually came up with the choice of Modern History, Spanish, Maths, Economics.
During my decision process I did consider taking philosophy, which is my reserve A level, biology and chemistry.
My current change of mood may be a flitting feeling, but what if I start/finish my A levels and decide... "Hmmm I want to study Quantum physics, or genetics, or physical chemistry". How would I be able to if I haven't studied the sciences at A level?
Just quickly retyping all my possible subjects that I would consider taking for A Level...
It is late If I did decide to change, but to be honest... I think this is higly important since it will have a large impact upon my future career.
Could anyone offer advice about this? Anything and everything would help.
To let you all know, I've always been good at sciences, I love to read about philosophy, history of thought. I have been good at maths since I was young and lastly I love to speak and learn about spanish! AHHHH!
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- Thread Starter
- 12-02-2010 20:19
- 13-02-2010 07:06
If you feel up to it, you could do something like physics/philosophy/biology @ AS or do another A2. You're choice really.
- 14-02-2010 01:44
What are your predicted GCSE grades?
and check out the economics forum...