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    I know it's like a year from now or so but it's good to think ahead! any year 10s who have thought about the a levels they want to take?


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    not in y10 but then i was, i knew i had to take history at A level so i worked really hard for it
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    (Original post by Naomeyz_01)
    I know it's like a year from now or so but it's good to think ahead! any year 10s who have thought about the a levels they want to take?


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    Yeah, I've think I know what I'm definitely taking: maths, physics, economics and computer science
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    (Original post by Naomeyz_01)
    I know it's like a year from now or so but it's good to think ahead! any year 10s who have thought about the a levels they want to take?


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    I'm thinking maths, further maths, chemistry and French, but I might swap out further maths for English lit - it's good to have some flexibility. I don't think I'll be able to make a decision until results day next year though

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    I have no clue as to what I'm going to take - I think I'm going to be screwed for when I actually have to pick.
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    I think I would pick: Biology Chemistry Geography Maths (I'm considering changing Maths for Physics although i have heard that it is very difficult)
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    (Original post by Naomeyz_01)
    I know it's like a year from now or so but it's good to think ahead! any year 10s who have thought about the a levels they want to take?


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    Just yesterday, I had careers day, where we were taken to a computer room to look at A level courses on the UCAS progress, I had chosen months before that day that I wanted to study Biology, Chemistry, Physics and maybe Philosophy and Ethics or Computing or Geography.
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    (Original post by PHD2027)
    Just yesterday, I had careers day, where we were taken to a computer room to look at A level courses on the UCAS progress, I had chosen months before that day that I wanted to study Biology, Chemistry, Physics and maybe Philosophy and Ethics or Computing or Geography.
    Don't you have to do maths with physics at your school? At mine it's mandatory if you want to do it at A-level.
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    Don't you have to do maths with physics at your school? At mine it's mandatory if you want to do it at A-level.
    Not at all, besides I'm going to study at a different sixth form from my school, I plan on moving, and most sixth forms want a BB or higher at core and additional GCSE science + 5 A* - C for Bio, Chem and Phys.
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    I think I've settled on Maths, History, Economics and Government and Politics. Not entirely sure though, especially about the latter but it's okay seeing as I've still got a year and my parents might make me go to my school sixth form that doesn't offer economics and then I'm screwed.
    I don't know, is it just me who loves thinking about their future and what they are going to do with their life?
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    I have picked History, English Literature, Economics and Government and Politics. (not year 10)
 
 
 
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