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    History - Because I have always love History, was good at it at GCSE.
    Law - Wanted to see if I actually liked Law, plus thought it'd be easy. Teacher is great, but the content is torture (well, the AS syllabus was)
    Business Studies - Because I was good at it at GCSE, was a doss subjects... I hate it so much.

    Wish I'd taken four A-Levels, and totally different ones too (apart from History) because that combination of A-Levels isn't very good and I don't enjoy 2 of them much.
    Doesn't matter much now any way, can't change it... hasn't really hindered me from doing what I want to do at University.
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    Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Biology because I used to think I was fairly intelligent. How wrong I was.
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    Physics Chemistry Biology and Economics - Took the 3 sciences because I found them interesting took economics because it keeps things different, I find it more of a chilled out class where I have the chance to throw in my opinion unlike science where it is right or wrong.
    Dropping physics next year because I'm loosing interest and it is becoming really hard.
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    Economics - I just thought it would be interesting which infact was. Maths was at the very minimum in the course though Really taught me how to write a really long essay. Completed it last year fortunately

    Law - Friends inflenced me to pick it up & i ended up doing it & I've been gettin really good grades in it. AS was interesting & decent but A2 is really time consuming and the amount of cases that has to be memorised is unbelivable. Expecting an A overall in August (hopefully)

    Govt & Politics - Just to get more UCAS points lol. I had no interest in the course at first but im really enjoying it now.

    Sociology - Same reason as picking up Politics

    Financial Studies - No reason to be honest. Easiest subject out of all.

    Was so confused about what career path to go into when picking these subjects. I would suggest that you maths if you looking to go into any maths related degree/s in University. I made a mistake of not picking up maths at earlier stage & I regretted it for a little while as I was recently rejected by 3 Unis for not having done maths to study Economics in Uni. However, I was delighted when my 2nd choice Uni offered me a place
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    English Lit - fave subject
    History - second fave subject
    Psychology - seemed very interesting and it was.. got my highest marks in that one
    Media Studies - meh, don't know why, wished I had done something like Biology or Geography but I'm at uni now so it doesn't matter...
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    Eng Lit and History because I love them, and the courses sounded great.
    Spanish, because I adore the language and really want to take it further than A Level.
    Philosophy as my "something new", sounded interesting and it is.
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    i wish i taken history but my college dint provide
    ohwell im satisfied with 2subs as i finish a level in 1 yr
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    Biology - I loved Biology at GCSE and want to do some form of it at university :awesome:
    Chemistry - I chose this topen more options for bio degress, but am very happy I did, I love it :3
    Maths - Mainly because this was one subject my Dad wanted me to do :P
    History - I enjoyed this at GCSE and wanted to learn about Germany...but this also meant I have to learn about the Tudors :sleep:, wish I chose Economics instead
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    Maths - Maybe cuz I'm way too good at it.

    Physics - It is kinda compulsory to do for engineering.

    Chemistry - I kinda love it. <3
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    English - Because, I like the fact you can discuss so many things about books and stuff, it's very interactive, well the lessons anyway.
    Media - I took that as a fourth option, but I'm glad i did, it's now part of my career aspirations
    Graphics - Because I liked it at GCSE, and i'm sort of a creative person. And at the time it was what I wanted to go into. S

    All my A-Level's were mostly based on creativity, at the time I wanted to go into graphics, it was soon after a university event that made me realise, I like this as a hobby, not a career. So I decided to go into Communications and Media.
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    Maths - I would need/want it for almost any course I'd be interested in
    Further Maths - I frigging love maths
    Physics - I have a physics-y brain
    Chemistry - When I went in (and still a bit now) I wanted to do medicine
    Biology - As above
    General Studies - School force me to
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    Biology chemistry and maths because I enjoyed them all at GCSE and physics( even though I hated it, and still sorta hate it )because I had to do 4 and it was my best subject besides maths chem and bio.
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    English Lit- sort of liked it at GCSE.

    French- wanted to learn a language.

    Economics- interested in it and like it.

    Maths AS- only one left in that option block that was reasonable and thought I would do it so I had more degree opportunities, but instead it was just boring.
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    - Didn't want to do a science or language so the above is what was left. Prefer essay subjects as well I suppose, but it wasn't particularly because I was interested.

    I also took Drama and Maths but dropped them both for different reasons.
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    Maths - Dad sorta forced me to, but I was happy to take it
    Economics - Planning on doing it at University
    Geography - Love it very much!
    Biology - Either Biology or sociology, so thought Biology would be a better a-level to do, and less essays.

    Pretty happy with my choice
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    Biology, chemistry, physics, maths. i am not sure what to study in university, i think i will study genetic engineering and i think i will be able to do any sort of engineering with this so i am doing these subjects.
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    English Literature (Dropped at AS)
    History
    Psychology
    Sociology
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    English because I got good GCSEs
    History because I love the subject the most
    Psychology because I've always found it interesting
    Politics so that I can now join in with family conversations and understand what they say!
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    I've chosen to take next year:
    English - because it is seriously amazing and I :love: it. The reading looks really cool, awesome teacher, it's what I'm best at etc
    History - because it's really interesting, essays are my strong point, I've been getting straight 100 UMSs at gcse
    Philosophy and Ethics- because it's interesting, I love the debates, I love reading about philosophy etc, I can't wait to move on to Plato and things instead of the "some xns think...others think" form
    Biology - because I really want to take a science (I love science, I can't believe I'm dropping the other two :eek:) and I find Biology the most interesting/easiest. And Chem/Physics teachers are so bad in my school we haven't even covered 3/4 of the syllabus, when we only have 4 lessons left.
    EPQ - because a long essay sounds very fun :yes: - I like the fact you can go in depth. I think I will do it on something English related
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    (Original post by BookWormShanti)
    I've chosen to take next year:
    English - because it is seriously amazing and I :love: it. The reading looks really cool, awesome teacher, it's what I'm best at etc
    History - because it's really interesting, essays are my strong point, I've been getting straight 100 UMSs at gcse
    Philosophy and Ethics- because it's interesting, I love the debates, I love reading about philosophy etc, I can't wait to move on to Plato and things instead of the &quot;some xns think...others think&quot; form
    Biology - because I really want to take a science (I love science, I can't believe I'm dropping the other two :eek:) and I find Biology the most interesting/easiest. And Chem/Physics teachers are so bad in my school we haven't even covered 3/4 of the syllabus, when we only have 4 lessons left.
    EPQ - because a long essay sounds very fun :yes: - I like the fact you can go in depth. I think I will do it on something English related
    Aye, you should be ashamed. ASHAMED.

    English Lit - it's lovely.
    Chemistry - it's also lovely. Especially Organic Chemistry .
    Biology - :heart: molecular biology. And anatomy.
    Physics - love it. And it has maths in it. You have to love maths.
    Maths - see above
    Fine Art - it's just an awful lot of painting. Excellent.
    French - lovely language. Though in May, come my oral exam, I feel I'll regret this...

    @Shanti: I'll forgive you for your omission of Physics/Chem/Maths; you made up for it with the Eng Lit and History
 
 
 

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