Business studies A
Additional science B
Core science C
English literature A
English Language B
A Level choices :
health and social care
my school doesn't offer biology , chemistry , physics or math so I have no idea what to do. Should I drop out of school and take a gap year and then study the a levels I want to do at a collage or should I finish this year and cash my choices in as AS's. Is it really worth staying on this year if I know I'm not going to be needing any of my choices ?
I'm so sorry for any errors in this I've been awake for over 27 hours.
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- Thread Starter
- 31-10-2017 23:58
- 01-11-2017 00:11
Check if you are eligible for any medicine foundation courses as it's not your fault your school doesn't offer sciences- it needs to be a pretty disadvantaged school in a specific area. Look up more details and which unis offer this.
Honestly, with maths and science as your weakest subjects at gcse I would reconsider if you would want to commit to a career that is quite heavily based on science. I'm not sure that you could take science a levels and do well in them with Cs at gcse and most medicine courses want at least a B in maths. But not all do, so just do some research.
I'd carry on with your a levels at the moment. You chose them for a reason and might decide you want to apply to a different course instead.
Why didn't you go to a college that offers science a-levels?
Good luck :-) get some sleep