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o.k. im doing my As levels right now, and i droped one at the beginnig of the year and after talking to my form tutor i have established that i can pick one up at the beginnig of next year so ill be studying three A2's and 1 As. im already doing film, english and i.t. but i dont know what my other one should be. i like science and i think i might enjoy psychology, or photography, but im crap at art, havent ever studied psychology and i havent even looked at a science book since my GCSE's... help me
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(Original post by two_headed_monk)
o.k. im doing my As levels right now, and i droped one at the beginnig of the year and after talking to my form tutor i have established that i can pick one up at the beginnig of next year so ill be studying three A2's and 1 As. im already doing film, english and i.t. but i dont know what my other one should be. i like science and i think i might enjoy psychology, or photography, but im crap at art, havent ever studied psychology and i havent even looked at a science book since my GCSE's... help me
You should also think about something which you know you will achieve in. There is no point in studying a subject if you will not get credited for it at the end of the year.
I think you should look into the science. Biology is pretty simple if you enjoy learning about the body and ecology and things like that, and its not too difficult to grasp.
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You should also think about something which you know you will achieve in. There is no point in studying a subject if you will not get credited for it at the end of the year.
I think you should look into the science. Biology is pretty simple if you enjoy learning about the body and ecology and things like that, and its not too difficult to grasp.
hmmmm, i was pretty good at biology.... but you see, im a natural born -slacker. i have the ability to probably get an a, but normally i just scrape a c. i am well aware of this and just want a subject that i will enjoy and find interesting. you see i watn to be a teacher when i finally decide to grow up, and i know it is possible ot become one even with medioca grades - my mother just became one, and she got like two o'levels..... and i want to set myself up to teach in a field that i enjoy....
so what im really saying is, do you think that biology is an enjoyable subject both for teachers and studdents?
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hmmmm, i was pretty good at biology.... but you see, im a natural born -slacker. i have the ability to probably get an a, but normally i just scrape a c. i am well aware of this and just want a subject that i will enjoy and find interesting. you see i watn to be a teacher when i finally decide to grow up, and i know it is possible ot become one even with medioca grades - my mother just became one, and she got like two o'levels..... and i want to set myself up to teach in a field that i enjoy....
so what im really saying is, do you think that biology is an enjoyable subject both for teachers and studdents?
I study biology A' Level .Its the best subject to study, very interesting, and its unlikely that you will get bored of it. Also, does not require much work as long as you are aware of the simple concepts and can apply them, its just a matter of learning.
Another bonus is that it is a very highly respected course by universities.
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I study biology A' Level .Its the best subject to study, very interesting, and its unlikely that you will get bored of it. Also, does not require much work as long as you are aware of the simple concepts and can apply them, its just a matter of learning.
Another bonus is that it is a very highly respected course by universities.
eeexelent... i am warming up to this thign you call biology..... bwahahaha.....
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eeexelent... i am warming up to this thign you call biology..... bwahahaha.....
Yeah, you should. You won't regret it.
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o.k. im doing my As levels right now, and i droped one at the beginnig of the year and after talking to my form tutor i have established that i can pick one up at the beginnig of next year so ill be studying three A2's and 1 As. im already doing film, english and i.t. but i dont know what my other one should be. i like science and i think i might enjoy psychology, or photography, but im crap at art, havent ever studied psychology and i havent even looked at a science book since my GCSE's... help me
Don't do Psychology unless it really interests you- I took it hoping that it would be the 'doss' subject that the media makes it out to be. I can't stand it because it really doesn't interest me.
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eeexelent... i am warming up to this thign you call biology..... bwahahaha.....
I find Chemistry fun but it may be involved and has a lot of theory. Physics is very maths intensive. You could do human based science like sociology or psyc as they don't need much in the way of prior experience.
I personaly can't stand biology.
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photography can be good, less likely to bore, and you don't have to be good at art. But really you should think what will help you more in the long run, (career prospects) and will you pass?
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don't choose until you are sure
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