Hi there, I just finished GCSEs with 11 A*s and I'm not really 100% sure what I want to do at Uni yet. Currently I've chosen, for A levels, Double Maths, Chemistry, Physics and Geography. As you can see, I'm leaning towards the sciences/engineering but I'm also considering economics.
One reason is that I might suddenly not want to go towards the sciences so I want to keep an option open and geography might not be enough.
If you had to drop one subject for economics, what would it be?
I might ask to switch from Chemistry to Economics but I'm also wary that I might not like Economics...
I would be grateful for any advice.
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- Thread Starter
- 05-09-2016 19:47
- 05-09-2016 19:57
I believe Geography keeps your options open for many careers, slightly biased as a aspiring geography teacher right here...
Maths and Physics are the entry requirements for pretty much anything engineering related.
Chemistry ? I'd switch this for Economics, despite it's reputation, its not to bad.
All the best in whatever you do,
Keep me updated !