HI all, i need some help...
I've currently started sixth form and I am enjoying the atmosphere, the subjects i chose were maths ,physics, economics and government and politics. However my dilemma is I do not know what uni course to do as I was interested in law but the course I heard are quite intensive. Furthermore i currently find politics outside of school fascinating but the lessons can be dull and this makes it extremely hard to revise for the subject. I can spend 5 days revising for the one subject and nothing goes in! Even more, i was thinking of doing mechanical engineering but all the good universities want further maths and.... yea no chance of that happening. So, what uni course should i look into?
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- Thread Starter
- 08-11-2015 22:22
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- 10-11-2015 07:50
Sorry you've not had any responses about this. Are you sure you’ve posted in the right place? Posting in the specific Study Help forum should help get responses.
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- 10-11-2015 08:07
Hey guy/gal i do pretty much the same a levels as you... maths, economics and gov but further maths instead of physics. Personally if you wanted to do law i am not sure why you took physics. Options kinda seem a little bit jumbled.
Maths and physics match.
Eco and maths work.
Eco and physics dont work.
Eco and gov and pol kinda work.
Its some real passion to here you wanting to revise 5 days for g &p already! Dont worry i thought politics would be a breeze but with the exams it technique.. examples examples examples!
About uni choices.. it ultimately is whether you want to go down the financial route,political or science. Im sure you can do some sort of engineering with maths and physics (dont need fmaths im.certain). Could do ppe or economics. Could do law or politics (if that is a course). Have fun and see what results you have to play with
4A's at AS and you have a lot to play with.
- 10-11-2015 23:51
If you're interested in law don't let hearing the course is intensive stop u taking it because in reality all courses are. If u enjoy it take it.