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    Hey guys,
    I was wondering if I should take any extra AS subjects(just for a one year AS course, not the complete A level) to help make my university portfolio look better.

    Currently I take:
    Biology
    Chemistry
    Maths
    Applied ICT

    Are there any AS subjects, preferably easier ones, that I should for the October/November session?
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    (Original post by mightygeek)
    Hey guys,
    I was wondering if I should take any extra AS subjects(just for a one year AS course, not the complete A level) to help make my university portfolio look better.

    Currently I take:
    Biology
    Chemistry
    Maths
    Applied ICT

    Are there any AS subjects, preferably easier ones, that I should for the October/November session?
    I think your set of subjects looks fine. You have three rigorous sciences that will be accepted by universities and then your 4th A level is usually just classed as an additional subject so you can get away with doing anything. Unless you have a burning desire to do something in particular (if you wanted to add a humanities subject, you could do something like religious studies/philosophy for example) I would just stick with what you have.
 
 
 

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