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    i really don't know as i want to take biology, chemistry, physics and french (all predicated A) and i don't want to drop any of them

    i'm just worried it'll be too much of a workload as i also have work, duke of ed gold, and a social life!! i just really don't want to drop any

    help!!
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    (Original post by charlottedf)
    i really don't know as i want to take biology, chemistry, physics and french (all predicated A) and i don't want to drop any of them

    i'm just worried it'll be too much of a workload as i also have work, duke of ed gold, and a social life!! i just really don't want to drop any

    help!!
    Choose these A-Levels and then see what the workload is like at the beginning. If you feel it's too much, drop the subject that you think you won't do good in and the one that you enjoy the least out of them.
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    What do you want to do at uni? I'd definitely say do 3, 4 is so unnecessary even if you're applying to Oxbridge or Medicine.
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    Choose these A-Levels and then see what the workload is like at the beginning. If you feel it's too much, drop the subject that you think you won't do good in and the one that you enjoy the least out of them.
    thanks, i think i'll do that because they're all subjects i want to do so i'm finding it difficult to pick my least favourite
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    What do you want to do at uni? I'd definitely say do 3, 4 is so unnecessary even if you're applying to Oxbridge or Medicine.
    i know 4 isn't necessary it's just i want to take those subjects because i'm interesting - and i want to do something in science but i want to do as much of a language as i can without taking it at uni
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    (Original post by charlottedf)
    thanks, i think i'll do that because they're all subjects i want to do so i'm finding it difficult to pick my least favourite
    Do that and then you'll find out which one you should drop.
 
 
 
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