I don't like bio, chem or physics, and I really cannot even stand the thought of doing the GCSE exams, let alone the a levels.
I'm definitely taking: maths, geography and english lit (haven't made up my mind about the 4th option)
Today, my 2 of my friends said that english literature is really hard and quite pointless for me to take, and that I should definitely take a science a level (one of them said Bio is better, the other said chem). Also, my dad keeps on insisting that the science route is the best way to go, and that I should at least take one science.
Basically everyone is telling me that a science is practically essential, opens many doors, and helps a lot when applying to uni
I don't know - I mean, the only science I would consider taking is chemistry, and even that I dislike. I can't imagine myself doing moles and atom percentages and all that for another two years
What should I do?
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- Thread Starter
- 14-09-2015 21:20
- 14-09-2015 21:25
I think you should probably avoid science in that case.
If its only the fourth option you're struggling with then you've already made some good progress
Also it seems like you have plenty of time to make these decisions and you can always change your mind once you start your AS levels.
- 14-09-2015 23:11
If you dislike it PLEASE DO NOT CHOOSE IT. It will be a waste of time to yourself and you will have no motivation to complete the course.
F*** what they said. You wanna do English Lit? Do it.
Science is NOT essential at A Level, it's simply more facilitating. Don't be disillusioned by these pretentious idiots who think that if you don't do a science subject then you have no future