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    Hey guys, i'm in year 11 but i'm just looking around for some info and advice. Basically i'm chosing my A levels and instead of choosing 4, the government is possibly making it into 3. Anyways... My A level's i want to hopefully do are ... Business studies, sociology and politics. All of that to a side. I need advise from people on what to do in the future... If i get a clear idea of what i want to do, i would work harder if you get me... I've been suggested Online marketing, Sales Managing and Human resources. Please suggest good fields related to either sociology or business wise. I do not want to go into science because A level science will kill me. Also A level maths will make me overdose. Thanks guys.


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    (Original post by Aliobeid)
    Hey guys, i'm in year 11 but i'm just looking around for some info and advice. Basically i'm chosing my A levels and instead of choosing 4, the government is possibly making it into 3. Anyways... My A level's i want to hopefully do are ... Business studies, sociology and politics. All of that to a side. I need advise from people on what to do in the future... If i get a clear idea of what i want to do, i would work harder if you get me... I've been suggested Online marketing, Sales Managing and Human resources. Please suggest good fields related to either sociology or business wise. I do not want to go into science because A level science will kill me. Also A level maths will make me overdose. Thanks guys.


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    Hi!

    It's very tricky for someone else to advise you on what to do in the future, even if you do pick something, the likeliness of you sticking at that for a future career isn't very high.
    When I was a teenager I wanted to become a professional photographer, I was head hunted, worked for some photographers and then worked for myself, but I just didn't enjoy it. Doing what I loved, as a career, just wasn't what I wanted (at that time, in the future, who knows...)
    I now work as a Sales Exec, which I really enjoy. Entirely different career and environment to what I ever expected to do when I was taking my GCSE's!

    Think of what you enjoy, what you want and where you want to be in 10 years time. Set yourself a goal and strive for it, you don't need to know what you want to do for the rest of your life and if you make a decision and end up hating it, you can always change it.
    Work hard on your A levels simply because you want to do well, you don't need any reason other than that.

    Good luck.
 
 
 
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