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    I'm taking 4 A-Levels, Art, business, English Lang, and History. I got A's at GCSE in art, business and English, and an A* in history. I'm considering dropping art because I found it a lot of work at GCSE and I know it will only get worse this year. Should I drop it or carry on doing 4?
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    Unless you intedn to do a degree that is art based, then drop it imo as it wont be considered academic enough. It all depends on your degree.
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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    Unless you intedn to do a degree that is art based, then drop it imo as it wont be considered academic enough. It all depends on your degree.
    I'm not sure what I want to do at uni, or if I even want to go, but if I do it won't be art based
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    I'm not sure what I want to do at uni, or if I even want to go, but if I do it won't be art based
    Then drop it becayse grades matter and A level Art is unlikely to add anything to getting into Uni.
 
 
 
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