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    Hey everyone,
    I'm year 12 and will be sitting my GCSE's in the next few months- additionally, I've gotta choose my A levels in the next week- The four I opted for was Maths, Further Maths, Physics, and French, and I'd really be interested in pursuing a career in maths and physics, such as theoretical physics, or pure mathematics. Are these the right choices? I chose french to open up the possibility of study abroad, or even learning a language at uni alongside a maths/physics course. I've heard Further Maths can be quite challenging, but Maths is really a subject i'm good at and enjoy, and I know i'd put in the work. Are these the right choices??? (I study Maths,Further Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, French, LLW, RE, Technology, and English for GCSE). The other subjects i'd be considering to put down at this moment in time would be Biology, Chemistry, or English as opposed to French, but i'm certain about maths and physics
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    these are the right choices and you probably may struggle doing 5 subjects so just stick with what you have choosen
 
 
 
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