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    hey guys, I just wanted to ask if it would be ridiculous to take DT HL as a fourth subject. this is my current set up:

    HL: Math, Physics and Economics
    SL: Japanese, English, DT

    I'm a pretty good student personally and I'm currently taking AS level maths and economics GCSE so the main problems would be DT and physics HL. i wanna study architecture at cambridge since they dont require art while bartlett does and since they require 7,7,7 or 7,7,6, 4 highers would mean a better chance of getting it. would HL DT help with getting into the better architecture schools?

    so what do you guys think?
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    To be honest it probably doesn't matter too much. 4 higher levels will probably make getting in harder if anything (as you need to put in extra work that you could be doing on your other subjects), but if you think you can handle it do it, you can always drop something.

    By the way, do you know that Cambridge doesn't require HL maths for architecture? If you aren't very very good at it getting a 7 will be very hard, and it might be a great idea to take DT HL instead of Maths HL.
 
 
 
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