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    Computer science, Business studies, Physcology. Should i take different a levels or are these ok?
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    Intesesting mix. What are you hoping to do afterwards?
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    (Original post by RS012)
    Computer science, Business studies, Physcology. Should i take different a levels or are these ok?
    They are good if you are going to enjoy them! Psychology is great though, I have just finished A2 Psychology and have not once regretted taking it

    Any ideas about what you want to do afterwards? If so you might want to look at university websites (if that's what you're planning on doing after A-Levels) and check if there are any required/preferred subjects
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    If you can't spell psychology, probably shouldn't take it.




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    (Original post by RS012)
    Computer science, Business studies, Physcology. Should i take different a levels or are these ok?
    They're good. Although you might want a subject like Maths to keep doors open.
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    Computer science, Business studies, Physcology. Should i take different a levels or are these ok?
    Do whatever ever you enjoy and what ever you think are going to benefit you in terms of a uni place or future employment. There are too many people who criticise others for taking 'non traditional' subjects and believe that the only a levels that are worth doing are sciences and maths.
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    Computer science, Business studies, Physcology. Should i take different a levels or are these ok?
    Did you just invent an A-Level?
    Not familliar with this...
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    In terms of career i was thinking of going into a finance career to do with trading i have done some research and you need a degree in business, finance etc so thats why i am wanting do A-Level business and im doing computer science to keep my options open as that would be my alternative career path, the reason why i want to pick psychology is because i think it would be interesting and it kinda works with business, also if i do computer science i think its gonna be my hardest A-Level so i wanted to pick an easier A-levels (psychology and business), I definatly wont do A-level maths as i am a low grade B student in maths at GCSE.

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