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    At the start, I was doing History, Geography, Law & Physics. The other week I dropped Law. I'm unsure about what degree I want to do at university, I have some ideas including Law, Geology, Business & Management and something like PPE.

    Although I'm not struggling in my subjects yet, History, Geography & Physics seems like a strange combo. I chose them because I enjoyed them the most at GCSE and I still do at A-Level. I wanted to do Economics but the lessons clash with Geography. Physics will allow me to do Geology at uni and will help me at flight school (which is my main goal, it's highly competitive so if I don't make it then university is the next option)

    Should I stick with this somewhat strange combination of subjects or do something else?
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    (Original post by Fonzworth)
    At the start, I was doing History, Geography, Law & Physics. The other week I dropped Law. I'm unsure about what degree I want to do at university, I have some ideas including Law, Geology, Business & Management and something like PPE.

    Although I'm not struggling in my subjects yet, History, Geography & Physics seems like a strange combo. I chose them because I enjoyed them the most at GCSE and I still do at A-Level. I wanted to do Economics but the lessons clash with Geography. Physics will allow me to do Geology at uni and will help me at flight school (which is my main goal, it's highly competitive so if I don't make it then university is the next option)

    Should I stick with this somewhat strange combination of subjects or do something else?
    Talking to a careers advisor at your sixth form sounds like it would be a good idea so that you can have some help with researching your options and everything. Good luck!
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    (Original post by chelseadagg3r)
    Talking to a careers advisor at your sixth form sounds like it would be a good idea so that you can have some help with researching your options and everything. Good luck!
    I’ll do this but we do have a naff careers advisor
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