I'm about four months from taking my GCSE'S (taking them in January) and I am currently doing higher papers in all my subjects which are:
I.c.t (computers) Short course which is compulsory at my school.
I have to choose my A levels by december, and I'm not entirely sure what i want to do but right now i think im doing
English lit (i would do lang but there is only a literature option at my school)
Theology and Philosophy of Religion
I dont think i would drop any for a2 but if i had to it would be philosophy. are these good A levels? and what can i do with them when i am thinking about university courses? thanks for any help.
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- 28-09-2011 21:03
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- 28-09-2011 21:14
Hi there, your choice gives you solid basis for a wide range of Arts and Humanities degrees which involve reading, essay writing and analysis of arguments. What sort of subjects do you think you would want to study at uni?
- 29-09-2011 07:59
english, history and philosophy are great humanities options and would teach you some great writing and anylitical skills
having biology in there does make you diverse but if you wanted to take biology further, to uni level, I don't think you'd be able to because of your lack of a second science, so that would have to be something to consider
but those options are all great, do you know what you want to do at uni?