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    I was thinking of taking art at a levels because it's my absolute passion, and I enjoyed doing it for my GCSES but sometimes it's a lot of work, stress and takes up a lot of my time. Should I take art for a-levels and would I be able to manage it with my other 3 choices (biology, chemistry and maths)?
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    (Original post by Andreea0202)
    I was thinking of taking art at a levels because it's my absolute passion, and I enjoyed doing it for my GCSES but sometimes it's a lot of work, stress and takes up a lot of my time. Should I take art for a-levels and would I be able to manage it with my other 3 choices (biology, chemistry and maths)?
    I do art a level, and Biology and German. I also did chemistry, but dropped after 5 months... the chemistry was too challenging, but the others are ok. Art requires a lot of writing, and coursework, but if you're passionate about art and writing, you will be fine good luck!
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    It's up to you really and your efficiency with your work. At the end of the day you could do Art for AS instead of A2. However you might want to consider something else if you don't think your up to it since your other options are going to be difficult and require time especially if you want to go in to a competitive field such as medicine in the end where your going to need to find time for work placements as well as other extra curricular activities.
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    Thank you for the advice 😊
 
 
 
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