A Level Options HELP!!Watch this thread
So Im currently at that point in year 11 life where I am stressed, and on top of that I have to select my A-level options for year 12..
My initial options were Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Maths and English literature, because they're academic subjects which combine mathematical reasoning and humanities. However, after finding out I was limited to 4 A levels I dropped english and opted for the three sciences and Maths. Will this limit my chances of getting into a good university, such as MIT, harvard or Cambridge to study engineering? This has really lead me to ponder whether Univesities take into account subject variety, especially whether my science based options will limit my entrance into a science based degree at university.
All help and advice is much appreciated!
The best thing you can do is have a look at what your preferred universities want when it comes to subjects, some of them are very specific to what they want while others are very open with their requirements.
Don't worry huge amounts about it, from the sounds of it the subjects you're taking are pretty academic and accepted by all universities, so just have a browse of their courses and that should help you a lot with what subjects are worth taking.
Hope this helps and good luck with your choices