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    so i have to choose my a levels by december and i’m kinda stressing-basically everyone’s told me that i should know what i want to do in the future but i’m only 15?????
    so far, i’m predicted 8/9 in my sciences but i only like physics and maths and i don’t really know where to go from there
    i honestly have no clue what i want to do at uni let alone what i’m gonna have for dinner tonight,
    are there any other a level courses that would go well with physics/maths ???
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    (Original post by anakarinas)
    so i have to choose my a levels by december and i’m kinda stressing-basically everyone’s told me that i should know what i want to do in the future but i’m only 15?????
    so far, i’m predicted 8/9 in my sciences but i only like physics and maths and i don’t really know where to go from there
    i honestly have no clue what i want to do at uni let alone what i’m gonna have for dinner tonight,
    are there any other a level courses that would go well with physics/maths ???
    you could try maths, further maths and physics. or maybe computer science if you like it. otherwise just think of a contrasting subject that you like
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    There are some people In yr 13 who still don't know what career they'd like to do in the future so you have lots of time to decide. Just pick subjects you enjoy and are good at( I guess ). If you really going to start overthinking so much then pick maths, English or science to be more safe. You can pick further maths with maths and physics.
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    Hellooo, I’m currently taking Maths, Physics and Computer Science A level and I was in a bit of a similar boat to you when I had to decide. The truth is you don’t need to have your whole life planned out at this point and if you already know two of your subjects then that’s great! And most colleges will let you change your subjects up till the end of the first half term so you can always change them if you really don’t like your options.

    In my lessons most people choice computer science along with maths and physics but there are people that take physiology and lots of other subjects. If you have any idea what path you want to go down it might be useful to do some research into what other people did to get there. For example I knew I wanted to study either physics or computer science at degree so before I did my options for A level I looked to see what university’s would want and if the subjects I choose will affect me!

    I hope this is helpful and I hope it all works out !!! 😊😊
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