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    Okay so i thought i had my alevel choices on lockdown: maths biology and chemistry. Then recently i have really started to enjoy english literature and geography, and have suddenly got bored of maths. Im predicted an A in maths but i find the class a chore. I am finding english very interesting and im loving poetry but im predicted a B. Im also predicted As in all sciences and an A in geography so i really do not know what to do. Any suggestions?
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    (Original post by Jamiemcq)
    Okay so i thought i had my alevel choices on lockdown: maths biology and chemistry. Then recently i have really started to enjoy english literature and geography, and have suddenly got bored of maths. Im predicted an A in maths but i find the class a chore. I am finding english very interesting and im loving poetry but im predicted a B. Im also predicted As in all sciences and an A in geography so i really do not know what to do. Any suggestions?
    Wait it out a few months, you might find your preferances changing again.

    Do you have any idea of the future careers?
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    Any idea what you want to study at uni? If it's something science based then you will be looked upon far more favourably if you do maths as opposed to English.

    But, if you enjoy English Lit more, then you will do better in it...
 
 
 
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