Chiara27
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Hey guys,
I'm in year 11 and starting to look at 6Forms.
I am a stuck between a rock and a hard place in deciding what I want to take .
The courses that I'm thinking of taking is :
Biology
Chemistry
Economics
Psychology
I understand that everyone's different and if I want to take them I should but I just would like to hear some opinions of people who take these subjects ,like if they regretted it or hard and even just some information on the work load. I have the capability to pass the entry requirements for these subjects.

Thank you in advance
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roughly choose your uni course first then decide, if not, bio, chem, maths and philsophy/econ gets you into pretty much any uni course
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(Original post by Chiara27)
Hey guys,
I'm in year 11 and starting to look at 6Forms.
I am a stuck between a rock and a hard place in deciding what I want to take .
The courses that I'm thinking of taking is :
Biology
Chemistry
Economics
Phycology
I understand that everyone's different and if I want to take them I should but I just would like to hear some opinions of people who take these subjects ,like if they regretted it or hard and even just some information on the work load. I have the capability to pass the entry requirements for these subjects.

Thank you in advance
Change Psychology/Economics to Maths and you'll have a winning combination, and as said by the above poster will get you into a lot of courses!

However I would keep economics!
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(Original post by 14adeosuno)
roughly choose your uni course first then decide, if not, bio, chem, maths and philsophy/econ gets you into pretty much any uni course
I'll try that thank you
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(Original post by jamestg)
Change Psychology/Economics to Maths and you'll have a winning combination, and as said by the above poster will get you into a lot of courses!

However I would keep economics!
I was thinking about maths before psychology and that is very true!!
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I was thinking about maths before psychology and that is very true!!
Hi i dont do biology or chemistry but i do do Maths, Psychology and economics.

I love economics and I guess for economics, maths would help. Maths is good but it is hard but so is all alevels.

Psychology the first part (I dont know how long, its still happening) is research methods which is alright but meh.
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