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    I am planning to take Maths, Art, Physics and Chemistry for A-level. Any advice?
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    What do you want to do in uni?
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    I'm not sure yet.
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    Just do subjects you enjoy if you don't know what uni course you want to do. I had no idea what I wanted to do career-wise a couple of months ago. I just started a-level maths, economics, physics and french and now i know I want to go in an economics/finance direction. So yeah just do what you're interested in.
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    (Original post by freya**)
    I'm not sure yet.
    You don't need to know. First of all ask yourself if you enjoy those subject, and if you're willing to work hard to get the best grade you can achieve for this.

    What I'd recommend doing during your free time is browsing through uni websites, looking at their course list and thinking ahead on what courses interests you (reading the course summary for ones that stand out to you, and what it leads to and such). The more you research the easier it'll be later on during your A-levels to decide on a course, and start your uni application.
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    (Original post by kkboyk)
    You don't need to know. First of all ask yourself if you enjoy those subject, and if you're willing to work hard to get the best grade you can achieve for this.

    What I'd recommend doing during your free time is browsing through uni websites, looking at their course list and thinking ahead on what courses interests you (reading the course summary for ones that stand out to you, and what it leads to and such). The more you research the easier it'll be later on during your A-levels to decide on a course, and start your uni application.
    Thanks. They are definitely my favourite subjects so will hopefully lead to something I enjoy. I will start looking at uni courses.
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