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    I am going to be going into my AS year of A-levels soon and I have chosen my options of having English Literature (GCSE - A*), Media Studies (Havent taken before) , Japanese GCSE & A-Level (Taken as an optional A-Level so it can be dropped if I don't pass the GCSE) and Chemistry (GCSE - A*).
    I am worried the most about taking A-Level Chemistry because even though I love science and have for a young age, I am not good at Math (and apparently the A-Level is very math-based) even though I'm great at remembering set equations if I revise a bit. I am thinking of substituting Chemistry for French but I'm not sure as I don't know what I want to do as a job yet!

    Pros and Cons for any of the above subjects at A-Level (especially Chemistry/French)?
    Thank you in advance.
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    I don't do chemistry but I can tell you
    AS languages are a big commitment,
    its basically GCSE English Lit in a foreign language. Hope that helps 😊
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    (Original post by EmmaB123)
    I don't do chemistry but I can tell you
    AS languages are a big commitment,
    its basically GCSE English Lit in a foreign language. Hope that helps 😊
    Thank you, that really helps. 😃
 
 
 
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