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    Is there any subject you regret picking for a-levels?
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    Maths...
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    A Level French...
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    Now that I am in Year 13 applying for Uni, I regret choosing Further Maths.

    Not only did I fail the AS modules but it also affected my Pure Maths AS grades.
    It was also time consuming.

    I recommend to all new Year 12s to drop one of their 4 A level subjects if they think they aren't really comfortable with it because it can affect your chances of applying to a top university.

    As for me, I have a lot of hard work to do if i want to get back on track! Good luck!
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    (Original post by JadeCrystal1)
    A Level French...
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    Art..
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    (Original post by Nuxe)
    Now that I am in Year 13 applying for Uni, I regret choosing Further Maths.

    Not only did I fail the AS modules but it also affected my Pure Maths AS grades.
    It was also time consuming.

    I recommend to all new Year 12s to drop one of their 4 A level subjects if they think they aren't really comfortable with it because it can affect your chances of applying to a top university.

    As for me, I have a lot of hard work to do if i want to get back on track! Good luck!
    It's harder for me because I only have 3 A-levels not 4.
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    Computing, kind of. I can't tell if I'm not enjoying it because it's 100% self taught where I am, or if I genuinely don't like it anymore.
    Can't help but feel like I'd be enjoying English more.
    And you?
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    (Original post by TeacupAndTragedy)
    Computing, kind of. I can't tell if I'm not enjoying it because it's 100% self taught where I am, or if I genuinely don't like it anymore.
    Can't help but feel like I'd be enjoying English more.
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    Art.
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    (Original post by TheAlchemistress)
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    Ah. Do you have any particular reason why? I hear it's very time consuming.
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    (Original post by TeacupAndTragedy)
    Ah. Do you have any particular reason why? I hear it's very time consuming.
    I don't like my teacher.
    Too much work.
    I spend more time on Art than any other subject.
 
 
 
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