I got 7A*s and 3As for GCSE.
I've just started Year 12 and I'm doing Spanish, English Literature and Philosophy and Ethics (1 subject).
I'm dropping Textiles and my school says I need to replace it with another subject rather than just doing 3 A-levels.I'm thinking Economics for an AS only because it interests me- but I've never ever everrrr done it before. Plus, I scraped an A for maths. I'm a word person not number person.
The Economics teacher is amazing- but I need to be real here- will I be able to cope? And in the end I'll only do it for a year if I do do it (lol doodo) and it won't even count.
...Or- should I just do the 3?
I know this is kinda long, sorry about that.
Should I do 4 a-levels? Watch
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Last edited by neetusingh99; 07-09-2016 at 22:21.
- 07-09-2016 22:19
- 07-09-2016 22:24
Based on your GCSE results you seem pretty capable of doing four.
However, given that A-levels are a different ballgame entirely, it is completely down to the amount of effort you're willing to put in. If you're the last minute, lazy kind of student, avoid doing four a-levels like the plague.