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    Hi there. I'm currently struggling to decide on my 4th option for my A-levels, and I need to hand my form in tomorrow if I want my subjects to be considered when they make the blocks, so I'm starting to panic.

    I'm currently thinking of doing the following:
    1. Art
    2. Maths
    3. Product Design (Graphics)
    4. Chemistry or Biology or Physics

    I am a 100% sure on both Art and Maths, and am relatively certain on Product Design, so what I have to do now is decide on the science which I want to take.

    In the future I want to go into Architecture or something in the art field, such as advertising or graphic design. I was looking into Architecture, I noticed that Physics would be a good choice and it would link in well with Maths; but I'm not a big fan and never have been of Physics. I love Biology, but I am unsure of how relevant the course will be in what I want to do. I also like Chemistry and would much prefer it over Physics but I would like to know ways of which it would link in. I do equally as well in all the Sciences so I'm just wondering which would be most appropriate/relevant?

    Please and thank you~
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    (Original post by Jullith)
    Hi there. I'm currently struggling to decide on my 4th option for my A-levels, and I need to hand my form in tomorrow if I want my subjects to be considered when they make the blocks, so I'm starting to panic.

    I'm currently thinking of doing the following:
    1. Art
    2. Maths
    3. Product Design (Graphics)
    4. Chemistry or Biology or Physics

    I am a 100% sure on both Art and Maths, and am relatively certain on Product Design, so what I have to do now is decide on the science which I want to take.

    In the future I want to go into Architecture or something in the art field, such as advertising or graphic design. I was looking into Architecture, I noticed that Physics would be a good choice and it would link in well with Maths; but I'm not a big fan and never have been of Physics. I love Biology, but I am unsure of how relevant the course will be in what I want to do. I also like Chemistry and would much prefer it over Physics but I would like to know ways of which it would link in. I do equally as well in all the Sciences so I'm just wondering which would be most appropriate/relevant?

    Please and thank you~

    If you want to do Architecture then you need Physics. I love Physics and it would also work well with Maths which you have already chosen. Instead of a Science for the 4th option, you could take Further Maths if you are an A/A* GCSE Student. I would much prefer Physics as a fourth option but it's your choice.
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    Architecture requires: Maths, Physics and Art/Design

    If you really don't like physics architecture might not be for you.
 
 
 
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