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    I am in Year 11 and am about to do my GCSE's and honestly if i get my desired grades I want to go to 6th form, however the problem is I really can't choose what subjects I would want to do, I've gone to open evenings but it still hasn't helped, any advice?
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    I am in Year 11 and am about to do my GCSE's and honestly if i get my desired grades I want to go to 6th form, however the problem is I really can't choose what subjects I would want to do, I've gone to open evenings but it still hasn't helped, any advice?
    Okay give us something to work with - what subjects did you take for GCSE and which ones do you know you definitely don't want to carry on?
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    (Original post by #sarahsmith2)
    Okay give us something to work with - what subjects did you take for GCSE and which ones do you know you definitely don't want to carry on?
    I take Art, I.T, History which I enjoy and I also enjoy English
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    (Original post by rachel105)
    I take Art, I.T, History which I enjoy and I also enjoy English
    That's five subjects - good baseline - so you have to pick 3 - any of them stand out as ones you definitely want to continue?
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    (Original post by #sarahsmith2)
    That's five subjects - good baseline - so you have to pick 3 - any of them stand out as ones you definitely want to continue?
    I do like English however I am not too confident I'll get B in both to continue to 6th form. I would like to do art and history but same as with english I am not too confident I'll get the grades.
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    Have you got any predicted GCSE grades off your school/teachers? I would definitely recommend English literature, and that would fit with history really well!
 
 
 
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