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    I will begin sixth form next year andI plan on taking Chemistry, Maths, Further Maths and one of the above listed subjects.

    I enjoy English, Geography and History equally which is, I suppose, the 'problem' I have making this decision.

    I have A* predicted grades in almost all my subjects (including the above 3) and hope to study either Chemical Engineering, Economics or Law at a well-respected university.

    Essentially, I would like to hear the experiences of others who are/have taking/taken some or maybe even all of the subjects concerned.

    Which do you prefer? Which are seen as most impressive? Etc.

    Thanks.
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    (Original post by l11)
    I will begin sixth form next year andI plan on taking Chemistry, Maths, Further Maths and one of the above listed subjects.

    I enjoy English, Geography and History equally which is, I suppose, the 'problem' I have making this decision.

    I have A* predicted grades in almost all my subjects (including the above 3) and hope to study either Chemical Engineering, Economics or Law at a well-respected university.

    Essentially, I would like to hear the experiences of others who are/have taking/taken some or maybe even all of the subjects concerned.

    Which do you prefer? Which are seen as most impressive? Etc.

    Thanks.
    I take History and English Literature and I think both are equally respected and useful as facilitating subjects (I'm going to study Law) Maybe for convenience it might be better to take English Literature as History is more difficult in my opinion and if you're just taking it as an add on subject you might not be fully committed to it
 
 
 

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