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    French, physics and chemistry?
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    (Original post by _Charlotte15)
    French, textiles, ethics & philosophy??
    what is the question?

    which one out of these 3?

    or are these 3 good?
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    (Original post by _Charlotte15)
    French, textiles, ethics & philosophy??
    Personally i think not taking 4 to begin with is a bit risky in case you struggle or don't enjoy one.
    It depends what you'd like to do after A levels because the problem you have there is that's only 2 academic a levels so if you want to do an academic subject you could be disadvantaged at good unis.
    They're also a slghtly odd combo as they don't exactly point anywhere, i think if it was me I'd add history or geography or english perhaps even psychology as a 4th and see how it goes.
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    what is the question?

    which one out of these 3?

    or are these 3 good?
    Are these good ?


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    (Original post by em.d_4)
    Personally i think not taking 4 to begin with is a bit risky in case you struggle or don't enjoy one.
    It depends what you'd like to do after A levels because the problem you have there is that's only 2 academic a levels so if you want to do an academic subject you could be disadvantaged at good unis.
    They're also a slghtly odd combo as they don't exactly point anywhere, i think if it was me I'd add history or geography or english perhaps even psychology as a 4th and see how it goes.
    How? French opens up lots of opportunities as it's an academic subject as does ethics and philosophy. For the 4th I'd probably do general studies


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    (Original post by _Charlotte15)
    Are these good ?


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    personal opinion only

    Any language is good
    Philosophy and Ethics is also good
    Textiles ... I do not think so ...
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    personal opinion only

    Any language is good
    Philosophy and Ethics is also good
    Textiles ... I do not think so ...
    Textiles I really enjoy though and its a of a relief from the two essay based subjects


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    (Original post by _Charlotte15)
    Textiles I really enjoy though and its a of a relief from the two essay based subjects


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    *bit of


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    (Original post by _Charlotte15)
    Textiles I really enjoy though and its a of a relief from the two essay based subjects


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    I know nothing about the subject ...
    personal satisfaction is very important for success.
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    I know nothing about the subject ...
    personal satisfaction is very important for success.
    You know nothing at all? Aren't you a girl ?


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    (Original post by _Charlotte15)
    You know nothing at all? Aren't you a girl ?


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    last time I checked I was not ...
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    last time I checked I was not ...
    😂oh that would be why you don't understand textiles then. Sorryyy😂


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    (Original post by _Charlotte15)
    You know nothing at all? Aren't you a girl ?


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    Not sure why you would assume someone's gender would automatically make them an expert (or the opposite) on the A-level textiles syllabus
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    (Original post by _Charlotte15)
    😂oh that would be why you don't understand textiles then. Sorryyy😂


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    no worries
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    no worries
    Just thought Em suggested emily


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    (Original post by theresheglows)
    Not sure why you would assume someone's gender would automatically make them an expert on the A-level textiles syllabus
    Did I say an expert in the whole syllabus ? Don't think I did from what I can recall. And any girl knows what textiles is unless you have lived under a rock the whole of your life


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    (Original post by _Charlotte15)
    Just thought Em suggested emily


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    Tee = T
    Em = M

    Just my initials
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    Tee = T
    Em = M

    Just my initials
    Ohh okay👍


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    Depends on what you want to do after A levels
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    (Original post by AstroNandos)
    Depends on what you want to do after A levels
    Want to do something involving French


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