How to choose your A-level subjects! *Including links to subject guides*

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The above guide are super useful...Would you have a guide for art and psychology pkease
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The above guide are super useful...Would you have a guide for art and psychology pkease
The reason I ask Is that I’m still trying to decide on my A-level choices for September I know I want to do French and psychology, then I thought I wanted to do Art for my 3rd choice but the more I think about it due to the amount of work that is involves I am wondering and hesitating between that and English literature.... Any advice or thoughts on that.I was going for art because I enjoy drawing but my predicted grade is on only a 6 And my teacher always seemed to say my idea were ok but not god enough to improve my grade which was a bit disheartening.. whilst my predicted grade in English Is 7 but u am not sure what to do... any thoughts
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Are their any guides for A level Physical Education?
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The above guide are super useful...Would you have a guide for art and psychology pkease
Glad to hear it! I don't believe we have any guides, but I shall refer you to CoolCavy to talk about art, and absolutelysprout for psychology, hopefully they can answer any questions you might have
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Are their any guides for A level Physical Education?
Unfortunately none of our team have taken PE in recent years so we don't have a guide for that
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(Original post by IsLoch)
The reason I ask Is that I’m still trying to decide on my A-level choices for September I know I want to do French and psychology, then I thought I wanted to do Art for my 3rd choice but the more I think about it due to the amount of work that is involves I am wondering and hesitating between that and English literature.... Any advice or thoughts on that.I was going for art because I enjoy drawing but my predicted grade is on only a 6 And my teacher always seemed to say my idea were ok but not god enough to improve my grade which was a bit disheartening.. whilst my predicted grade in English Is 7 but u am not sure what to do... any thoughts
if you have any questions about a level psych, feel free to shoot them at me :yep:
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The above guide are super useful...Would you have a guide for art
Here you go
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I want to do psychology so I plan on doing A-Levels in Psychology, Sociology, and English. I don't know about math. I'm thinking about maths because I don't know if I want a BA or a BSc yet. Does that make sense? I have 3 days, Help lol
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I want to do psychology so I plan on doing A-Levels in Psychology, Sociology, and English. I don't know about math. I'm thinking about maths because I don't know if I want a BA or a BSc yet. Does that make sense? I have 3 days, Help lol
absolutelysprout do you have any advice about A level maths for doing psychology at uni from your uni research?
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absolutelysprout do you have any advice about A level maths for doing psychology at uni from your uni research?
(Original post by Bhudram Singh)
I want to do psychology so I plan on doing A-Levels in Psychology, Sociology, and English. I don't know about math. I'm thinking about maths because I don't know if I want a BA or a BSc yet. Does that make sense? I have 3 days, Help lol
you'll be taught from scratch on the stats stuff at uni (unless it's stated otherwise on the course ie. psychology at oxford strongly recommend you have a level maths iirc) so maths isn't necessary to do a degree in psychology though it may give you an advantage in terms of understanding the stats quicker.
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(Original post by Lemur14)
absolutelysprout do you have any advice about A level maths for doing psychology at uni from your uni research?
(Original post by Bhudram Singh)
I want to do psychology so I plan on doing A-Levels in Psychology, Sociology, and English. I don't know about math. I'm thinking about maths because I don't know if I want a BA or a BSc yet. Does that make sense? I have 3 days, Help lol
you'll be taught from scratch on the stats stuff at uni (unless it's stated otherwise on the course ie. psychology at oxford strongly recommend you have a level maths iirc) so maths isn't necessary to do a degree in psychology though it may give you an advantage in terms of understanding the stats quicker.
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Hello! I really want to take maths, computer science and fashion and textiles. I'm not sure if this is the best option. In university I want to study computer science but I really enjoy fashion and textiles. Would this be a good enough decision? MY dream university would most likely be imperial
If you want to go to a university like imperial especially for computer science you need to take further maths as well, I wouldn’t want to discourage you but fashion and textiles is not a very academic a level choice
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If you want to go to a university like imperial especially for computer science you need to take further maths as well, I wouldn’t want to discourage you but fashion and textiles is not a very academic a level choice
yeah, I've thought it over and I've decided computer science isn't really for me. I'm going for medicine instead since I'd like to be a paediatric surgeon. I'm choosing chemistry, physics, biology and math!
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