I'm predicted to get either A's or B's in my GCSE's, and i'm definitely going to sixth form to study: Geography, Business Studies, Chemistry and English Language, all of which are full A levels, no BTEC's. As you may notice these are essentially completely unrelated, and I plan to study Geology at University to MA or perhaps a P.H.D, my question is, do you think this will improve my employability with such a broad range of skills, or hinder them as it shows minimum specialisation, with the exception of geology/geography?
Chemistry is a must for Geology, most universities like their students to have at least two sciences, preferably Physics & Chemistry. There's a Geology A-Level that i studied which will help you get a good grasp on the basic principles of Geology before you start your undergraduate course.
However in some circumstances universities will accept students with Geology & Geography A-levels without any other sciences. This isn't always the case, it's best to study facilitating science subjects.
I'd advise studying: Geology, Physics, Chemistry & Maths.
Or you could replace Maths/physics with a social science such as Economics as universities do like to see students studying a broad range of subjects (& lets face it economics is far more interesting that business studies! ).
I hope this helped!
I really don't think so, most colleges teach chemistry, so try to take chemistry and geography if you can