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    I'm freaking out as what i should do for a level these are the things i like i love fitness, i love helping people/ animals what a levels should i take?!!!!!
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    (Original post by sarah1223)
    I'm freaking out as what i should do for a level these are the things i like i love fitness, i love helping people/ animals what a levels should i take?!!!!!
    What subjects did you enjoy?

    What are you good at?
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    (Original post by SGHD26716)
    What subjects did you enjoy?

    What are you good at?
    biology, Pe and Spanish
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    (Original post by sarah1223)
    biology, Pe and Spanish
    Do you have any idea what you want to do at university?
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    (Original post by SGHD26716)
    Do you have any idea what you want to do at university?
    i wanted to become a nurse,zoologist, physiotherapy something like that
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    (Original post by sarah1223)
    i wanted to become a nurse,zoologist, physiotherapy something like that
    Nursing and Midwifery
    ESSENTIAL ADVANCED LEVEL QUALIFICATIONS Usually Biology or another science.

    USEFUL ADVANCED LEVEL QUALIFICATIONS
    Biology, CACHE, Sociology, Psychology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics

    Physiotherapy
    ESSENTIAL ADVANCED LEVEL QUALIFICATIONS
    Most courses will consider you with just Biology. However, some also require a second science from Chemistry, Mathematics or Physics.

    USEFUL ADVANCED LEVEL QUALIFICATIONS Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Psychology.

    If I were you I would do biology, maths, and whatever else you like from the above list.

    This information is from Informed Choices, a document produced by the RG universities highlighting what A levels they like.
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    (Original post by SGHD26716)
    Nursing and Midwifery
    ESSENTIAL ADVANCED LEVEL QUALIFICATIONS Usually Biology or another science.

    USEFUL ADVANCED LEVEL QUALIFICATIONS
    Biology, CACHE, Sociology, Psychology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics

    Physiotherapy
    ESSENTIAL ADVANCED LEVEL QUALIFICATIONS
    Most courses will consider you with just Biology. However, some also require a second science from Chemistry, Mathematics or Physics.

    USEFUL ADVANCED LEVEL QUALIFICATIONS Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Psychology.

    If I were you I would do biology, maths, and whatever else you like from the above list.

    This information is from Informed Choices, a document produced by the RG universities highlighting what A levels they like.
    Thank you!!! i was thinking of taking math but is it to hard i will probably have a tutor help me as I'm not that good at the subject
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    (Original post by sarah1223)
    Thank you!!! i was thinking of taking math but is it to hard i will probably have a tutor help me as I'm not that good at the subject
    Maths will be useful probably for nursing due to drug calculations you have to do. Good to keep maths brain in check you know.

    Anyway, hope this helped.
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    (Original post by sarah1223)
    i wanted to become a nurse,zoologist, physiotherapy something like that
    My friend from Sixth Form loved animals and will be studying zoology in order to work with animals in one way or another. He took; Biology, Chemistry, English Literature (not needed) and AS maths. Alternatively, another friend who hopes to study midwifery at University took English language, Psychology, Health & Social Care as-well as an Applied Science course (although an a-level science would be better for example. This isn't much but I hope it gives you an idea. Good luck!
    (I see @SGHD26716 pretty much nailed it.)
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    (Original post by srdavison123)
    My friend from Sixth Form loved animals and will be studying zoology in order to work with animals in one way or another. He took; Biology, Chemistry, English Literature (not needed) and AS maths. Alternatively, another friend who hopes to study midwifery at University took English language, Psychology, Health & Social Care as-well as an Applied Science course (although an a-level science would be better for example. This isn't much but I hope it gives you an idea. Good luck!
    (I see @SGHD26716 pretty much nailed it.)

    this helped a lot thank you!!
 
 
 
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