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    I'm thinking of doing fine art, graphics, textiles and photography next year because I'm an art nerd Has anyone ever done this before or at least 3? If so, what was it like?
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    I don't do it. But I wouldn't recommend it.
    Do they even allow you to do it? it will be sooooo much work. I would recommend to stick with one or two, but ultimately its up to you.
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    (Original post by Kholmes1)
    I don't do it. But I wouldn't recommend it.
    Do they even allow you to do it? it will be sooooo much work. I would recommend to stick with one or two, but ultimately its up to you.
    My school specialises in art so they encourage you to do 3 a-levels if you are passionate about it. Tbh, I think it would be a hell load of work but also really enjoyable so idk
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    My sister did art, art history, photography and textiles and absolutely loved it! She ended up with A*ABb . The thing she said was that because the courses were similar she could cross over work such as artist research ect, which helped with the workload. She's in her final year at LCF now doing fashion photography.
 
 
 
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