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    Hi,
    I am not the best a writing, specifically essays, but I want a good even spread of subjects so I'm not limited to what I can do in the future. So far I have chosen Art- Graphic Design and Accounting. I have looked at Geography and Business but can't choose between them, I have done Geography at GCSE and got a B but I am unsure of how well I could do at A-level. Which should I choose?
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    Geography for sure, Universities may not like that combination of subjects
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    (Original post by liquidconfidence)
    Geography for sure, Universities may not like that combination of subjects
    Okay thank you for your advice. I didn't want to limit my options so that's the subject I'll go with.
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    (Original post by InspireQuinn)
    Okay thank you for your advice. I didn't want to limit my options so that's the subject I'll go with.
    You're kind of limiting your options by picking subjects that aren't related, so unless your doing a geography or art etc degree you won't have many options as other degrees require 2 or 3 subjects like sciences for medicine, and essay based for law.
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    (Original post by InspireQuinn)
    Okay thank you for your advice. I didn't want to limit my options so that's the subject I'll go with.
    No problem, what course do you want to study at university?
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    (Original post by JerryG)
    You're kind of limiting your options by picking subjects that aren't related, so unless your doing a geography or art etc degree you won't have many options as other degrees require 2 or 3 subjects like sciences for medicine, and essay based for law.
    Thank you for your advice, sorry for not putting this in with the question but I would like to be in the creative business so doing these subjects would be a good option. I just didn't want to limit myself to not being able to go to university or getting a job if they see all my A-Level subjects as entirely coursework based and I'm not capable of doing anything else.
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    (Original post by liquidconfidence)
    No problem, what course do you want to study at university?
    I would like to either study Graphic design, art or illustration. Hopefully by having non art related subjects as well I can have a fall back plan just in case.
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    (Original post by InspireQuinn)
    I would like to either study Graphic design, art or illustration. Hopefully by having non art related subjects as well I can have a fall back plan just in case.
    Ah yeah, that could work out, good luck to you!
 
 
 
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