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    JESUS good luck!
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    maths, further maths, chemistry and biology
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    maths, further maths, physics, computer science or maths, physics, computer science, eng lang & lit

    depending on which 6th form i end up at
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    I was going to pick it over Sociology so I'm sort of glad I didn't - although I think Sociology is 'piss' as well, but I think it is easier still.
    the only real good thing about psychology is that some unis consider it as a "soft science" for some courses thats it really
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    the only real good thing about psychology is that some unis consider it as a "soft science" for some courses thats it really
    they do? I always thought it was just considered a soft subject, not a soft science. im guessing its a lot like sociology, the content is quite interesting, but the way they teach it, and the way the exam is structured, just sort of ruins any enjoyment. at least, that is my experience with sociology.
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    JESUS good luck!
    cheers, you too
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    already having major regrets
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    Maths, chemistry, biology and I'm planning on taking a fourth - between: geography, computer science and physics. If anyone has any advice then that'd be much appreciated.
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    philosophy german and sociology
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    (Original post by AdHominem)
    Maths, chemistry, biology and I'm planning on taking a fourth - between: geography, computer science and physics. If anyone has any advice then that'd be much appreciated.
    go for what you prefer most out of those three, as I assume it will be the subject you drop? personally I'd pick geography to have some variation in there.
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    im doing biology, chemistry, maths and physics
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    cheers, you too
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    bahaha dying.
    Ironically like we will be next year
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    Philosophy, English lit, history.
    Last year I also did geography at AS.
    Hoping to do philosophy at uni.
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    English lit, History, Politics and Music :^_^:
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    (Original post by cleggj88)
    im doing biology, chemistry, maths and physics
    all 3 sciences lord help you!
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    I'm going to die :eek3:
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    Currently doing Law, Psychology, Maths and Biology but will be dropping Psychology as I find it awfully boring
 
 
 
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