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    why five? as levels it will be too much stress for you, plus choose biology chemistry and engligh lit those are the best choices dont to the other two as it is soft subjects and uni's wont really like them.

    PS: what course do you want to do at uni?
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    Im in year 11 now and i am currently doing 2 AS levels- Maths and Fine art. When i go into year 12, i will take up 3 AS and then do an A2 in Maths or Fine art, depending on which i do best in at AS. So i will basically be doing 4 subjects in year 12 and then 3 in year 13.

    As for Uni courses- im really not too sure, im not sure yet about my career path, which is why i want to keep my options open. Ive briefly looked at Uni courses such as Biochemistry, mathematics, 'maths & philosophy',, but im really not sure yet & i dont want to go down the wrong route.

    Philosophy, Biology and Chemistry as you would like your options open

    if you want to keep your options open don't take sociology, take traditional subjects.

    you can get onto almost any course with English and two sciences for example.

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