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Im thinking about doing a degree in america for fashion photoraphy
what FOUR A-levels do you think i should be taking
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Triple science and arts

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Two facilitating subjects of your choice, maybe including English Lit if you're good at it? And then Art or Textiles and definitely Photography, and make sure to do loads of extra-curricular stuff that demonstrates your interest in fashion/photography as well.
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Two facilitating subjects of your choice, maybe including English Lit if you're good at it? And then Art or Textiles and definitely Photography, and make sure to do loads of extra-curricular stuff that demonstrates your interest in fashion/photography as well.
I was thinking of taking English Lit, Photography and Geography. im not sure about the last one. why do you say textiles?
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Im doing triple science for gcse and currently failing. plus i hate science.
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Im thinking about doing a degree in america for fashion photoraphy
what FOUR A-levels do you think i should be taking
Not sure how many jobs there are in USA but if I was going to do that degree, I would do history too - history is littered with fashion/fashions and influences all collections to day - and it would give you an edge
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Im thinking about doing a degree in america for fashion photoraphy
what FOUR A-levels do you think i should be taking
Media
Art
Journalism
English
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Not sure how many jobs there are in USA but if I was going to do that degree, I would do history too - history is littered with fashion/fashions and influences all collections to day - and it would give you an edge
Thanks for answering. Im not very keen on History unfortunately
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I was thinking of taking English Lit, Photography and Geography. im not sure about the last one. why do you say textiles?
Yep go for Geography if you enjoy it, it's respected and because textiles is fashion related and for your last option an Arts subject would be good.
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Yep go for Geography if you enjoy it, it's respected and because textiles is fashion related and for your last option an Arts subject would be good.
English Lit
Geography
Photography
Textiles

How does that sound?
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Im doing triple science for gcse and currently failing. plus i hate science.
Failing science = hating science, its happened to all of us. But dear god you're probably still 15-17, whatever career u want to follow if u have science you will be the first one to be given OFFERS! Trust me.

They're countless videos online that will make u change your view on science! And you should probably consult your mom about this!



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English Lit
Geography
Photography
Textiles

How does that sound?
Yep, that sounds good as long as you're good at textiles
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Failing science = hating science, its happened to all of us. But dear god you're probably still 15-17, whatever career u want to follow if u have science you will be the first one to be given OFFERS! Trust me.

They're countless videos online that will make u change your view on science! And you should probably consult your mom about this!



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STEM subjects definitely have good career prospects but there's no point doing a Science at a-level if someone isn't doing well at it at GCSE and doesn't genuinely enjoy the subject.
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