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    What do you think of this combination?
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    depends... what do you want to do after?
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    Whats your career choice firstly?
    but it could be quite hefty because they are all hard subjects, though they are, imo, v.good choices. But if you keep up to date and dont leave everything in the last minute,and have the enhusiam to work hard on those subjects, i dont see a problem
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    I'm doing those subjects + physics, and so far it seems pretty good. Like sketchycanvas said, as long as your interested in them, you should be fine
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    Sorry to intrude but what do you think would be harder out of Bio, Chem, Phys, Maths ---OR--- Bio, Chem, Phys, English Langauage and Literature?

    Thanks.
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    I would like to go on and do Law or History
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    hmmmm tricky, maths is seen easier in the AS year but much harder in A2 but depends on opinion. And with the English Lit and Lang, in my sixth form, 8 people have already dropped it :p: So i would say (imo) Bio, Chem, Phys, English Langauge and Literature, but i dont have any experience in those subjects that much as i just started AS :p:
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    (Original post by alexsmithson)
    Sorry to intrude but what do you think would be harder out of Bio, Chem, Phys, Maths ---OR--- Bio, Chem, Phys, English Langauage and Literature?

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    To be honest that depends a great deal on where your strengths lie. If you find essay work and stuff like that difficult, then the second option would be harder. Otherwise, probably the first.
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    (Original post by Ryan7413)
    I would like to go on and do Law or History
    well the subjects you pick, imo, would get you into Law or History because they are important subjects and i think uni's like English Lit if you were going to do Law/History in uni, but i dont know for sure soz.
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    (Original post by Ryan7413)
    I would like to go on and do Law or History
    :ditto: lol
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    Tough subject but a good balance of arts and sciences.
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    They are great for law you have 2 sciences which shows logical thinking and ability to problem solve and 2 analytic essay subjects
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    If you're doing Chem then I guess Maths would be good whereas Eng is totally contrasting. Do whichever you like, and whichever you're strongest at.
 
 
 

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