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    Hey guys I'm currently picking my a levels and I hope to study in jordanstown after. But I'm not sure what a levels to pick. So could any one tell me what a levels Jordanstown considers as good?


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    Hey guys I'm currently picking my a levels and I hope to study in jordanstown after. But I'm not sure what a levels to pick. So could any one tell me what a levels Jordanstown considers as good?


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    Hi there,

    UU doesn't really have any preference towards one subject or another. They generally take all subjects unless a particular course speculates it.

    If you could handle it I'd do the three sciences and maths, it's the best option as pretty much all courses will be open to you. Including medicine if you do well enough!

    However be aware that this is also the hardest combination and it requires a lot of work. It really pays off if you put the effort in now though!

    At the end of the day do subjects that you enjoy, but try to think ahead. If you want something healthcare related do Biology, Chemistry and another subject. If you want to do something with computers then choose Maths, Physics and another. (ICT isn't required for computing at Unis.)

    In any case I'd stay away from the blacklisted subjects or the "soft" subjects, here is a list of the subjects.

    Do be aware that even though you think you want to do something specific at the moment your choice could change. I'd recommend doing the broadest selection of subjects (3 Sciences + Maths) so that you're safe if you want to change career in the future.
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    I'd do them subjects but my school doesn't offer them would double award business studies, religious studies be any good?


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