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    Mechanics (maths)
    Physics
    Biology
    Chemistry
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    A-levels in
    Maths
    Further Maths
    Physics
    Chemistry

    Makes sense as I got an A* in maths a year early, and I got A*A* in double science, yay.
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    AS in Eng Lit, History French and Politics, starting on Thursday! :eek:
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    A2 geography, hitory, english (lang and lit,) german and general studies...
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    as maths w/ mech, business, french, et physics.
    timetable blocks permitting :>
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    A2 ICT, Business, Maths, Media
    AS Financial Studies
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    I'm taking A2s in Govt and Politics, History, Economics and may pick up AS sociology but im not sure about that yet
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    History
    R.S
    Sociology
    Film Studies.
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    (Original post by distortedgav)
    Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry, Philosophy then either Physics, History or English literature - about 75% sure that it'll be Physics, depends on what GCSE grades I get though....also going to do GCSE German, Spanish or Russian as an extra....not sure which yet...
    Do Spanish. I did a two year GCSE course (no previous knowledge) for Spanish when I did the rest of my GCSE's and achieved an A*. I don't know if the other languages are as easy to pick up. Also Spain is a nice place to visit.

    I am doing Maths, Further Maths, Physics, Chemistry, & Biology AS Level.
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    A-levels : History English lit. Politics. Media General studies:rolleyes:
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    As Levels - Geography, ICT, English Lit, PE + general studies.
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    (Original post by Widowmaker)
    A-levels in
    Maths
    Further Maths
    Physics
    Chemistry

    Makes sense as I got an A* in maths a year early, and I got A*A* in double science, yay.
    same as me
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    A2 Chemistry, Biology & German
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    AGCE (AS) Maths, Further Maths, Physics, Chemistry and A-GNVQ (advanced GNVQ) in ICT
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    (Original post by IntegralNeo)
    same as me
    and me, just plus the GNVQ ICT how odd: three ppl exactly the same :cool:
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    I'm doing A2 English Lit, History, RS and General Studies... I'm toying with the idea of doing a French AS level in place of German which I'm dropping... but I'm not toying with it too hard, because I know languages are hard, I hate orals and I don't want to mess up my pretty AS grades
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    (Original post by RachelBabyfrog)
    I'm doing A2 English Lit, History, RS and General Studies... I'm toying with the idea of doing a French AS level in place of German which I'm dropping... but I'm not toying with it too hard, because I know languages are hard, I hate orals and I don't want to mess up my pretty AS grades
    I toyed with the idea of doing AS French alongside 3 A2s as well, but have decided against it!
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    AS French, English literature, history, sociology and general studies.
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    (Original post by icetopaz_h454)
    Just out of curiousity, what option choices are you going to study when you go back to school (or sixth form/college)?
    A2 Biology, Geography, Sociology, General Studies
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    (Original post by kellywood_5)
    AS French, English literature, history, sociology and general studies.
    That's exactly what my friend did She got AAAAB... rock on
 
 
 

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