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    In Wales they've just made Welsh Bacc complusory so I cant pick 4 options unless I want to do 5 A levels and have no frees! Would I survive with no frees?
    I want to be either a nurse or a midwife and I was wondering what options would be the best ones to pick?
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    Frees?

    Talk to your teachers and see what they think in terms of whether you can handle 4 options or 5. 5 A levels are a bit excessive. Are there 5 subjects you think you're good at and can do well in?
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    Frees?

    Talk to your teachers and see what they think in terms of whether you can handle 4 options or 5. 5 A levels are a bit excessive. Are there 5 subjects you think you're good at and can do well in?
    Thanks for the advice
    Sorry, by frees I mean't free lessons/free periods, in your school timetable, where you can either go home or stay in the library and do independent study
 
 
 
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