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I need to submit my sixth form application soon but i need to choose a fourth subject ( it is 4 minimum). I am planning on taking Graphics, Geography and Art at A-level, but i don't know what else to choose. I want to start an online business selling thing i design/make (using my graphics and art skills) and i have chosen geography because i enjoy it and can get a good grade. I would like to do maths but i have looked into it and know it would be beyond me, and i don't really enjoy or have top grades in the subjects left (generally Bs). I know i will have to just pick something but i have no reasons to take them! Also if it helps, i don't plan to go to uni, but do a course or start a business when i leave.

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(Original post by Lyons)
I need to submit my sixth form application soon but i need to choose a fourth subject ( it is 4 minimum). I am planning on taking Graphics, Geography and Art at A-level, but i don't know what else to choose. I want to start an online business selling thing i design/make (using my graphics and art skills) and i have chosen geography because i enjoy it and can get a good grade. I would like to do maths but i have looked into it and know it would be beyond me, and i don't really enjoy or have top grades in the subjects left (generally Bs). I know i will have to just pick something but i have no reasons to take them! Also if it helps, i don't plan to go to uni, but do a course or start a business when i leave.

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What about taking up a new subject like Economics or Politics? I've heard that Economics goes well with Geography!

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This sixth form doesn't offer economics but thanks anyway

These are the subjects they do have:

Applied Science

Art and Design

Biology

Business Studies

Chemistry

DT - Graphics

English Language

English Literature

French

Geography

Health and Social Care

History

ICT/ OCR ICT

Law

Mathematics

Media Studies

Physical Education

Physics

Psychology

Religious Studies

Religious Studies (General)

Sociology

Textiles
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What about sociology? I hear it's quite easy compared to the traditional sciences and gives you a balance of things. I would reccomend English or maths but seeming as you said you might not like maths then go for something different
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