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Would you rather have high A-Level grades (like AAB) in 'softer' subjects? Or low A-Level grades (like CDE) in more respected subjects?
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High grades in "soft" subjects.


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With hindsight I'd rather have high grades in "soft" subjects as I currently have low grades in respected subjects.
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Unless you take beauty, I don't think there's such thing as a soft subject.


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Unless you take beauty, I don't think there's such thing as a soft subject.


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Higher grades in softer subjects, getting As in sociology assessments feels sooo much better than getting Us/Es/Ds in maths
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As much as I hate to admit it, probably higher grades in soft subjects
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High grades in soft subjects that way at least I'll have something to work
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Probably depends on the subjects. Having AAB in something like General Studies, Dance and Communication and culture won't get me onto the degree that i would like to do.
If i did have low grades in respected subjects then i would resit.
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Probably depends on the subjects. Having AAB in something like General Studies, Dance and Communication and culture won't get me onto the degree that i would like to do.
If i did have low grades in respected subjects then i would resit.
For soft subjects, I was more referring to stuff like Sociology, Media, Psychology, Business etc

(I'm not saying these are soft subjects btw, I'm just saying that many perceive them as soft)
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For soft subjects, I was more referring to stuff like Sociology, Media, Psychology, Business etc

(I'm not saying these are soft subjects btw, I'm just saying that many perceive them as soft)
Oh ok, in that case i would rather have the higher grades (i know quite a few people with offers from good unis that take those/similar subjects )
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I'd probably have more fun showboating my higher qualifications to my McDonald's co-workers than I would with the lower ones, subject would make no difference to them.
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