I am new to TSR but have decided to join because I am at a cross road. Upon receiving my GCSE results I have been offered a place at a sixth form to study English Literature, Sociology and Psychology. On the other hand a college has also offered me a place to do a BTEC extended diploma of applied science.
Even though I love science I am less enthusiastic about taking this on, especially because it is a BTEC, and my experience with BTEC (despite being at a different facility and at GCSE level) was quite poor. Really and truly I am just looking for advice about career paths and degree options available. Just to be clear most sixth forms wont allow me to do the science A-level or extended diploma, where as the A-level route I can get into a lot more sixth forms... but only in humanities and social sciences and I've never really considered that path before. I just don't know what career paths these A-levels can carry me to.
The A-levels Which i may be studying in year 12 and 13 Watch
- Thread Starter
- 02-09-2016 14:37
- 06-09-2016 10:40
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