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    The time has come for me to decide on my subjects to take next year and whether or no to go to the sixth form at my school or to part ways and go to college.

    I'm honestly in a muddle, i really wish to stay in my school but at this moment i have no energy in to studying or completing work which is really mind bothering but what if i were to go to college and not enjoy it as i don't know anyone. Please could i have your view on this please.

    Also for y A levels i'm considering taking Biology, Chemistry, Maths and French. I honestly don't know that i'll be able to cope but i'd rather do 4 than 3 than to take 3 and hate a subject. I want to take 4 AS and 3 A2 is this a good idea?

    Also is french a good one to take as apparently "universities are looking for people with gcse and level languages" . the reason i quoted that is because i hear it all the time but idk i'm really scared and stressed already and haven't started them yet.

    Please could anyone help me in order to stop me stressing...
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