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    Hi, new to the TSR, I've got to decide which A levels I would like to take by tomorrow. I'm looking at History to Law at Oxbridge, or possibly Surveying at uni. Currently I know I will take History and English Lit, and two of the following: Physics, maths, chemistry or biology. I'm not sure what to take, please help!
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    biology - it takes good memory and you should have that considering History and English Lit
    maths - very useful A-level to have and it will expand your choices
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    (Original post by ghgh769)
    Hi, new to the TSR, I've got to decide which A levels I would like to take by tomorrow. I'm looking at History to Law at Oxbridge, or possibly Surveying at uni. Currently I know I will take History and English Lit, and two of the following: Physics, maths, chemistry or biology. I'm not sure what to take, please help!
    Any other options?

    I would suggest biology, what about your fourth?
    As said above, maths is useful and certainly not frowned upon.
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    (Original post by XMaramena)
    Any other options?

    I would suggest biology, what about your fourth?
    As said above, maths is useful and certainly not frowned upon.
    Well classics is an option but I've heard it's considered too "soft"
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    (Original post by XMaramena)
    Any other options?

    I would suggest biology, what about your fourth?
    As said above, maths is useful and certainly not frowned upon.
    Thanks for the help, my teacher says I should take maths but I just don't really enjoy it- that's where the doubt in my mind rises.
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    (Original post by ghgh769)
    Thanks for the help, my teacher says I should take maths but I just don't really enjoy it- that's where the doubt in my mind rises.
    Don't take an a level you don't really enjoy/have doubt on. You gotta get those grades and the motivation. My bro took maths a level cos his teacher said he should, he hated it at GCSE, took it at A level, got a U I think.
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    Don't take an a level you don't really enjoy/have doubt on. You gotta get those grades and the motivation. My bro took maths a level cos his teacher said he should, he hated it at GCSE, took it at A level, got a U I think.
    This is what Im worried about, because I'm doing Further and the normal maths gcse and I'm expected to get top grades, but I'm thinking that if I don't enjoy it I wont do well at a level.
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    For surveying you migth need Math and Physics. In case you dislike Math, you should really look into the Math syllabus at A Level and look at the course contents and course requirements.I think for surveying you will need Math, or?

    Physics gives you a good foundation to understand technology.
 
 
 
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