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    (Original post by luisajones)
    I'm studying... English, Maths, Science, French, P.E, Music, Drama, R.E, History, Spanish

    I'm interested in... Nursing and maybe musical theatre

    My study level is... GCSE
    Hey Luisa, welcome to TSR! Wow, what a wide range of subjects, it's so great to see that you've got Music and Drama in there. How are you handling the coursework and exam pressure at the moment?

    Good to have you here!
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    Hey Luisa, welcome to TSR! Wow, what a wide range of subjects, it's so great to see that you've got Music and Drama in there. How are you handling the coursework and exam pressure at the moment?

    Good to have you here!
    Hello Miss Dobalina!
    Yeah, I'm sort of stressed that I took such a wide range of subjects because I like all of them (apart from maths) so idk how to narrow them down for a levels!
    And yeah, it's alright, I have mock week this week which is stressful though!

    Are you doing gcses?
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    (Original post by luisajones)
    Hello Miss Dobalina!
    Yeah, I'm sort of stressed that I took such a wide range of subjects because I like all of them (apart from maths) so idk how to narrow them down for a levels!
    And yeah, it's alright, I have mock week this week which is stressful though!

    Are you doing gcses?

    A wide range of subjects can be good though, if it gives you a break! Ooh, best of luck with mocks, how are they going so far?

    When I was narrowing down options, I made a grid, and had things like who taught it (if you know), how it was examined, how it would fit in with what I want to do... all of the little things that affect your decision, and that made choosing a little bit easier. If I have one piece of advice though, it's do what you love! A good grade in a subject you love is much better than a bad grade in something that you slogged through because you had to.

    I'm just finishing up A Levels now!
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    (Original post by MissDobalina)
    A wide range of subjects can be good though, if it gives you a break! Ooh, best of luck with mocks, how are they going so far?

    When I was narrowing down options, I made a grid, and had things like who taught it (if you know), how it was examined, how it would fit in with what I want to do... all of the little things that affect your decision, and that made choosing a little bit easier. If I have one piece of advice though, it's do what you love! A good grade in a subject you love is much better than a bad grade in something that you slogged through because you had to.

    I'm just finishing up A Levels now!

    They are going alright thanks, I had music today and it didn't go very well, but that was expected!
    And I don't know what to do though, because I think I want to be a nurse, so I need to do Biology, but I don't think I will enjoy it :/
    And ohh, what subjects are you taking??
 
 
 
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