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I am in year 11 and I am thinking of A level options.

My first choice is:

Biology,Chemistry,Maths and Computing

The options I chose for GCSEs are:

Triple Science
Psychology
Geography



I also wanted to know can you do computing without a GCSE in ICT?
Could you also tell me best A Level options suitable to my GCSE options?
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well...you need to tell me what your career plans are for me to give you suitable advice,

you cant become a doctor if you drama etc....
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(Original post by hodxn)
I am in year 11 and I am thinking of A level options.

My first choice is:

Biology,Chemistry,Maths and Computing

The options I chose for GCSEs are:

Triple Science
Psychology
Geography



I also wanted to know can you do computing without a GCSE in ICT?
Could you also tell me best A Level options suitable to my GCSE options?
You can do Computing without a GCSE in ICT but over the summer perhaps learn some coding to get you started? The only thing the sixth form should ask for is a B or above in Maths and BB in Science (or a B in Physics).

Don't choose your A-levels based on your GCSE options because you think you need to!

Personally your option choices are fine but perhaps have either physics or psychology as a back up if the option blocks don't match up?
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(Original post by hodxn)
I am in year 11 and I am thinking of A level options.

My first choice is:

Biology,Chemistry,Maths and Computing

The options I chose for GCSEs are:

Triple Science
Psychology
Geography


I also wanted to know can you do computing without a GCSE in ICT?
Could you also tell me best A Level options suitable to my GCSE options?
1) Depends on the sixth form/college you apply to, check entry requirements.
2) If the first four are the ones you'd like to do then seems fine to me, depends on your interests and ambitions. I'm guessing you know quite a bit about computing? Would be good to take on maths too, which you have :yep:
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Depends on what you want to do in life. Biology and chemistry are hard so I would look at your predicted grades and if you really think you can take them. Also they usually ask for grade B at least in the subject at GCSE to do it at A-level so take that into account.


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