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    As I've taken subjects that don't really go together, I have a problem of what I should take. Do I go for the ones that I get good grades in, which are more enjoyable for me? Or the ones that my mother is pushing me to do. Also I need to bare on mind that I seriously want to do performing arts as a career but then I might change my mind before I then. Please someone help and give their thoughts on the matter.


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    Forgot to mention that I take
    Maths
    Biology
    Law
    Performing Arts

    And that in my January exams I got A (law) B (biology) C (core maths) D ( Statistics)


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    (Original post by TheDapperNapper)
    Do I go for the ones that I get good grades in, which are more enjoyable for me?


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    Yes, that is the ideal situation. Don't be pushed into something you don't want to do.
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    (Original post by TheDapperNapper)
    Forgot to mention that I take
    Maths
    Biology
    Law
    Performing Arts

    And that in my January exams I got A (law) B (biology) C (core maths) D ( Statistics)


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    Biology is for idiots
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    Depends which one you prefer, I would drop either biology or maths, which ever one you enjoy less. You are doing really well in law. It would be better to drop maths as you did better in biology but if you prefer maths over biology drop biology
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    Flip a coin. If you're not happy with the result then you want to take the one that you didn't get.
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    (Original post by thelion0)
    Biology is for idiots
    Um please tell how biology is for idiots?
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    (Original post by Munrot07)
    Um please tell how biology is for idiots?
    It is best to ignore comments such as that He was either joking or trolling, no subject is for idiots.
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    (Original post by Llewellyn)
    It is best to ignore comments such as that He was either joking or trolling, no subject is for idiots.
    I just wanted his opinion :P especially since biology is my passion in life :P
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    Cheers lads much appreciated, I think it is best to drop maths, I'm afraid it's becoming more and more difficult as time goes on but hey whoever said that maths was easy.




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    (Original post by Munrot07)
    I just wanted his opinion :P especially since biology is my passion in life :P
    And yes I really enjoy biology too more of the taxonomy side though tbh, and marine biology. I'm sure it was a bit of banter


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    [QUOTE=TheDapperNapper;42232700]And yes I really enjoy biology too more of the taxonomy side though tbh, and marine biology. I'm sure it was a bit of banter


    Yeh i enjoy that too I'm hoping to study biology at uni and then specialise in evolutionary biology (someone's got to like it apart from me :P ) but maths is probably the best one to drop as it does get harder for A2, my teacher says if you struggle with C2 especially trig and differentiation you really struggle with C3 and 4
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    I haven't got a clue about uni, so your already one step ahead congratulations lol


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