Hi!With only 20 days to go until I have to finalise my A-level subjects, I still have no idea what I want to do. I'm either going to pick...
Government & Politics
So basically my problem is I don't know whether to do French or politics. I'm almost certain that I want to do a degree in languages. However, if I do end up doing that, the languages I'd do would be Spanish and either Mandarin or Japanese so French isn't essential but I would still enjoy doing it.I think I would enjoy politics, but the only hindrance is that I've never done a subject like this before so I have no idea whether I'll be good at it or if I'll fully enjoy it.If any of you have any experience with French and/or politics could you please tell me how you found it? Thanks!
*The reason I'm only doing 3 subjects and not 4 is due to the A-level reforms - my sixth form is only letting people take 3
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Last edited by minasorina; 05-08-2016 at 19:33.
- 05-08-2016 19:32
- 05-08-2016 21:20
If you know that the career you want to go into requires some form of a language degree then take french over politics, it will show that you are very confident with language subjects its also likely to impress employers.
- 05-08-2016 21:25
Have spoken to tutors yet at the 6th form or the careers office i am sure they can help you make the decision?
- 07-08-2016 03:08
If you're certain you want to take a language, French might be more useful. But I take politics and find it a very interesting subject. It's also not too difficult, but has a lot of essays, which might be good for universities as it shows them you can do essays