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    This is just towards all the current year 11s who would be choosing they're subjects right now I was just wondering what other people are doing.

    And also what do you want to do after sixth form- like university and career wise?

    Im choosing maths, physics, French and further maths ) im hoping to go to uni and either do astrophysics or aerospace engineering and later work a job that has something to do with space exploration ✨


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    I'm doing Maths, Economics, Politics and Photography I'm hoping to go to uni and study Economics or Accounting and Finance not too sure yet though
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    (Original post by awkwrdbby)
    This is just towards all the current year 11s who would be choosing they're subjects right now I was just wondering what other people are doing.

    And also what do you want to do after sixth form- like university and career wise?

    Im choosing maths, physics, French and further maths ) im hoping to go to uni and either do astrophysics or aerospace engineering and later work a job that has something to do with space exploration ✨


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    Wow, I would love to work in a job to do with space, but I don't know if I could cope with the amount of maths haha.

    I'm going to do Biology, Chemistry, Physics and English Literature, although Maths may find its way in there (not as a 5th), but I'm not sure yet, yikes. Oh and the Welsh Baccalaureate is compulsory

    I want to study Medicine in university and then maybe specialise in oncology or surgery.
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    I'm doing Biology, Economis, History and Philosophy (and Ethics) as my a levels. Hopefully look at doing History and Politics at uni, maybe Law though...
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    I'm thinking of doing RE (Philosophy and Ethics), French, Chemistry and Geography for A Levels, hopefully going on to do Law at University (although I'm very worried I should be choosing English Lit but I don't think I would enjoy it)
 
 
 
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