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    I've applied for sixth form and I'm doing, Film studies, Maths, Psychology and Physical Education. However I want to change PE to something easy (I can no longer do PE due to an injury). I just want a subject that will be easy and one that uni's wouldn't mind.
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    why????????????
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    Honestly those two don't correlate. If it's easy (e.g. General Studies/Critical Thinking etc...) Universities make a conscious decision to ignore them. And try not tot choose a subject that won't fit any requirements for any course. From the other things you are taking I honestly recommend taking Physics for example. It opens a huge amount of degrees to you as it is a very highly regarded subject, and it would tie in great with your Maths.
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    Sociology

    here come the triggered 'students'
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    (Original post by Anonamoose)
    I've applied for sixth form and I'm doing, Film studies, Maths, Psychology and Physical Education. However I want to change PE to something easy (I can no longer do PE due to an injury). I just want a subject that will be easy and one that uni's wouldn't mind.
    You are already doing one subject -film- that is regarded as weak and some unis dont accept it. Psychology is also a bit iffy. What do you want to do at uni? I suggest you think seriously about this and seek expert advice. Not sure your school knows what its doing if it let you do the above combination of subjects.
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    (Original post by Mayhem™)
    Sociology

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    Doesn't that subject require a lot of writing?
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    (Original post by Mayhem™)
    Sociology

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    lol you hate sociology dont you?
    (i dont take it lol)
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    These subjects are absolutely perfect for university. Don't listen to anyone else. In case you'd like a bit of a challenge, Critical Thinking makes you... well... think.
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    (Original post by Mayhem™)
    Sociology

    here come the triggered 'students'
    Harsh AF... lol
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    Gotta be further maths, that sh*t is like primary school


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    If you're looking for easy subjects... Maths isn't one of them. Unless you enjoy maths.
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    (Original post by theconfusedman)
    lol you hate sociology dont you?
    (i dont take it lol)
    just thought I'd start some banter


    (Original post by *Stefan*)
    Harsh AF... lol
    just the way I like it baby
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    (Original post by Anonamoose)
    I've applied for sixth form and I'm doing, Film studies, Maths, Psychology and Physical Education. However I want to change PE to something easy (I can no longer do PE due to an injury). I just want a subject that will be easy and one that uni's wouldn't mind.
    All you need to do is to change PE to philosophy
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    I want to keep my mind open for what to do in Uni, so the careers adviser told me to select a wide range. I want to be a teacher I just don't know what area in.
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    (Original post by Mayhem™)
    just thought I'd start some banter




    just the way I like it baby
    Its a terrible subject anyway
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    (Original post by thefatone)
    All you need to do is to change PE to philosophy
    love it, let's trigger more TSR lefties
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    (Original post by Anonamoose)
    I want to keep my mind open for what to do in Uni, so the careers adviser told me to select a wide range. I want to be a teacher I just don't know what area in.
    Don't worry too much about uni - with the current shortage of teachers, even Air Traffic and Management graduates have a decent chance of finding a job somewhere within the educational sector.
 
 
 
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