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    Recently I have finished my O levels examinations, so now i am struggling to choose subjects that will keep different options open for me.
    I in general didnt have any scince subject in my o levels but i wanted to take psychology, and sociology and business studies for A levels.
    Is this a good option or should i chage the set of subjects?
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    (Original post by Moniaam)
    Recently I have finished my O levels examinations, so now i am struggling to choose subjects that will keep different options open for me.
    I in general didnt have any scince subject in my o levels but i wanted to take psychology, and sociology and business studies for A levels.
    Is this a good option or should i chage the set of subjects?
    What are three career paths you would love to take in the future or three sectors of career that you could possibly choose after A-levels?
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    (Original post by CorpusLuteum)
    What are three career paths you would love to take in the future or three sectors of career that you could possibly choose after A-levels?
    Honestly i have no idea about that as it depends in what country I shift, however i would like to study marketing or nursing ( I wanted to take Health and Social care in a levels but its not available here in Bangladesh)
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    (Original post by Moniaam)
    Honestly i have no idea about that as it depends in what country I shift, however i would like to study marketing or nursing ( I wanted to take Health and Social care in a levels but its not available here in Bangladesh)
    I recommend you think thoroughly about the career paths you may possibly change your mind about or want to do (possibly think about an ambition you had as a kid as well) and narrow it down to 3:

    >Marketing
    >Nursing
    >??? (your last choice)

    Then choose Business or whatever is required for a marketing job.
    For nursing choose a science.
    For your last one choose an A-level that will help you qualify for it.
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    (Original post by CorpusLuteum)
    I recommend you think thoroughly about the career paths you may possibly change your mind about or want to do (possibly think about an ambition you had as a kid as well) and narrow it down to 3:

    >Marketing
    >Nursing
    >??? (your last choice)

    Then choose Business or whatever is required for a marketing job.
    For nursing choose a science.
    For your last one choose an A-level that will help you qualify for it.
    I wanted to study to be a nurse back when i was a in a small kid but then things changed as i shifted to bangladesh where I was some what forced to take commerce subjects as more teachers are available, now I have no idea if i will be able to do good in biology! And subjects like health and social care are not available here so i am kind of trapped! So i kindly needed your opinion on the subjects i chose for A levels will it be good for me to get into a good university?
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    (Original post by Moniaam)
    I wanted to study to be a nurse back when i was a in a small kid but then things changed as i shifted to bangladesh where I was some what forced to take commerce subjects as more teachers are available, now I have no idea if i will be able to do good in biology! And subjects like health and social care are not available here so i am kind of trapped! So i kindly needed your opinion on the subjects i chose for A levels will it be good for me to get into a good university?
    A science will definitely help you get into a university for nursing. Like biology or chemistry. preferably biology.
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    (Original post by CorpusLuteum)
    A science will definitely help you get into a university for nursing. Like biology or chemistry. preferably biology.
    Does Health and social care is under science or arts?
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    hi if you want to apply for nursing in the UK youre going to need a pretty good application, its one of the most competitive courses, and you will need AT LEAST one science, many will specify biology and some may even ask for a second such as psychology, chemistry etc, hope this helps
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    hi if you want to apply for nursing in the UK youre going to need a pretty good application, its one of the most competitive courses, and you will need AT LEAST one science, many will specify biology and some may even ask for a second such as psychology, chemistry etc, hope this helps
    Yeah it helped, thank you
 
 
 
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