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    Hey everyone,
    I'm a high school student in Wales and I choose my A level options in the new year, Ihaven't a clue!! I have yet to sit my GCSE's but i already have a grade A in maths and an A* in Welsh Second Language. I am sitting maths C1 in January and not too far from completeing my welsh C1 too. I want to study law with german at uni but i don't know what to pick! I'm currently thinking of German, English, Maths and Welsh. I don't want to do th entire 5 and i'm contemplating welsh and history as my fourth option. The reason i want to do welsh is because I have a headstart and i enjoy languages plus my Welsh teacher has said I will be a serious contender for the gold medal in the Urdd Learner of the year prize in 2012 which is a big honour in Wales. My career's advisor is NO help so any suggestions, comments would be much appreciated!
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    You can't go far wrong with the strong, traditional academic subjects. I would recommend you take history.
 
 
 
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