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    If I want to become a teacher, will A-level biology,chemistry,religious studies and maths be a good choice??
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    (Original post by Su Hai Lah)
    If I want to become a teacher, will A-level biology,chemistry,religious studies and maths be a good choice??
    What do you want to teach?
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    High School teachers usually require a degree in whatever they teach, so if you wanted to teach maths then I'd suggest doing Maths and Furthermaths.
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    Thats exactly what i want to do
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    (Original post by jamestg)
    What do you want to teach?
    Chemistry, biology and religious studies are the ones i really want to teach
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    (Original post by Su Hai Lah)
    Chemistry, biology and religious studies are the ones i really want to teach
    Yeah your A-levels should be fine!
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    (Original post by exofan123)
    Thats exactly what i want to do
    Yess because these are the subjects I actually find more interesting and is easier for me.
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    yeah, also i feel like they are very open in terms of what career path i choose to take.
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    (Original post by Luke Collinson)
    High School teachers usually require a degree in whatever they teach, so if you wanted to teach maths then I'd suggest doing Maths and Furthermaths.
    Ohh ok that's a good idea .... will think about that ...
    Thank You
 
 
 
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