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    I'm going into sixth form in September and I have chosen to study: Maths, Further Maths, French, English Language, Art. I'm also doing Japanese additional studies. It is like this because I want to leave my options open for all the careers that I am considering:

    Fashion/ Interior Design
    Styling
    Translation/ Interpreting
    Journalism (Either Fashion or Magazine)

    I'm not sure yet which I would like to do but I do know that whatever I end up doing I will not stop learning languages.
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    Did you pick maths for the sake of it or did you enjoy it at GCSE?
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    Just a note, jobs for translation/interpreting may be lessened considerably in the coming years due to machine learning.
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    (Original post by Tasha1905)
    I'm going into sixth form in September and I have chosen to study: Maths, French, English Language, Art. I'm also doing Japanese additional studies. It is like this because I want to leave my options open for all the careers that I am considering:

    Fashion/ Interior Design
    Styling
    Translation/ Interpreting
    Journalism (Either Fashion or Magazine)

    I'm not sure yet which I would like to do but I do know that whatever I end up doing I will not stop learning languages.


    Yeah they are a weird combo lol but as long as you enjoy the subject then it shouldn't matter
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    (Original post by Rajive)
    Did you pick maths for the sake of it or did you enjoy it at GCSE?
    I really enjoyed Maths at GCSE and I also did Level 2 Further Maths and I am happy with the grades I got so that's why I want to carry on with Maths.
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    I dont think so. Maths is the oddball really but imo it goes well with anything. Being good at maths illustrates a cognitive ability which is always relevant. It varies up your A levels as well and makes you seem more rounded.
 
 
 
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