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    If i did 3 I'd pick Pyschology, Biology and English Literature as 3 I definitely wanted to do. If I did do a 4th it would possibly be photography (even though I can just gain the skills through a course outside of college) or PE (which I'm not sure I want to go into anyway since i've done it at GCSE and kinda wanna keep it there). If I did 3 though i'd be worried if I didn't like all 3 and would have to carry them on for a next year whereas 4 I can drop one. Any advice on picking either 3 or 4? Thanks
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    (Original post by Clearist)
    If i did 3 I'd pick Pyschology, Biology and English Literature as 3 I definitely wanted to do. If I did do a 4th it would possibly be photography (even though I can just gain the skills through a course outside of college) or PE (which I'm not sure I want to go into anyway since i've done it at GCSE and kinda wanna keep it there). If I did 3 though i'd be worried if I didn't like all 3 and would have to carry them on for a next year whereas 4 I can drop one. Any advice on picking either 3 or 4? Thanks
    What are your plans for the future? 3 brilliant grades are better then 4 not so good.
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    What are your plans for the future? 3 brilliant grades are better then 4 not so good.
    I don't really have any jobs in mind to be honest, the only slight interest is probably something like a scene of the crime officer although that's not 100% what I want to do.
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    I don't really have any jobs in mind to be honest, the only slight interest is probably something like a scene of the crime officer although that's not 100% what I want to do.
    How certain do you feel you like those 3 subjects ?
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    Very much!! I honestly believe I'd find pyschology so interesting, Biology is my favourite science since I like the plant/animal side of things and English Literature is something I find I'm good at and don't mind reading. The only thing I'd worry about if I picked these 3 is if I don't enjoy one then at the end of the first year I wouldn't be able to drop any. But with that being said. there isn't really any other A-levels at the college that stick out at me!
 
 
 
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