I am starting my first year of sixth form next week and I am doing A level Chemistry, Biology and Spanish. I feel like if I just do 3 A levels I am more likely to get better grades but I don't want this to effect my chances of getting into university. If I took 4 this year I would drop one after the first year anyway and because they are getting rid of AS levels (except for if you drop a subject then you get an AS level) I don't know whether it is necessary for me to pick another subject as there is not really another subject I am interested in doing. If I do another I will do either maths, geography or psychology. (for reference I got GCSEs I got 3A*, 5A, 4B - Spanish A*, Science A, Maths A*, Geography A)
If anyone has any advice I would be very thankful!
Should I do 3 or 4 A levels? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 04-09-2016 13:18
- 04-09-2016 13:20
I think you should only do 3 A Levels, the subjects that you have chosen are very demanding.