Which A-Levels should I pick? I have to choose by tomorrow and am so confused!Watch
Economics: I haven't done it before but it is really interesting and apparently I have a natural talent at it.
English Literature: My best subject. I love it. I want to be a writer and I am especially good at analysis.
History: I really enjoy it and the A-Level topics interest me. Not sure about one of the teachers, but I will only have them for a term.
Japanese: I really, REALLY love Japanese. I am predicted an A/A* and there will only be two of us doing it next year so that will be good, too. It interests me and will be useful in later life.
Maths: I am doing an iGCSE and also Additonal Maths. My Maths teacher is trying to put me off because I am not the best in my class but still quite good, and she is apparently trying to put everyone off anyway. I would have to take Maths to pursue an Economics degree.
Thank you so much in advance. I don't really know what I want to do but I want to keep my options open. At the moment I'm thinking PPE, Oriental Studies or English Literature.
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If you like History and think you'd be good at it, you should choose that because an Economics A Level isn't essential for an Economics degree. History is a facilitating subject which is good as you're trying to keep your options open. (If you think you'd get a better grade in Economics though then you should pick it)
Further Maths would be beneficial for a straight Economics degree but I don't think you need it for PPE.