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    I've picked french, spanish, geography and drama for A level, but I'm feeling a little apprehensive about drama, as I feel like I'm doing it for fun rather than because it's a useful subject...could anyone give me some pros and advantages of drama to make me feel better? on results day I had to sign up for my A level choices and had a very public melt down because I felt I was making the wrong decision....
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    What do you want to do later in life? I've picked drama after doing it for gcse. It's not super easy tbh, there's a looot of theory involved. It is fun though and it'll help you develop your confidence and public speaking skills which is valuable for interviews
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    What do you want to do later in life? I've picked drama after doing it for gcse. It's not super easy tbh, there's a looot of theory involved. It is fun though and it'll help you develop your confidence and public speaking skills which is valuable for interviews
    Tbh I'm good w/ public speaking anyway, I'm doing it bc i think it looks fun and I'm trying to "play to my strengths" if you like...I don't know what I want to do, I was thinking geology but I can't face the idea of doing a science; I'd rather have a career on stage like music or comedy....
    I haven't done drama for GCSE but like I say, I'm pretty natural in front of a camera/other people. I'm just worried in case it's a waste of time and I'm better off doing something else....
 
 
 
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