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Best A-level choices in Weston-Super-Mare in the Weston College? I would be interested in Business (but I didn't like it on the open door day), Biology (I don't really like it but I would like to be a microbiologist), Psychology (I really like it but I wouldn't be a psychologist but if I'd make a business it would be good to use my skills I learn in that course) and Extended Science (but I am not too good at experiments). I would be interested in people's opinions and experiences. You could recommend any other subject which you really like and think it would be good and useful in the future!!! Thank you
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Best A-level choices in Weston-Super-Mare in the Weston College? I would be interested in Business (but I didn't like it on the open door day), Biology (I don't really like it but I would like to be a microbiologist), Psychology (I really like it but I wouldn't be a psychologist but if I'd make a business it would be good to use my skills I learn in that course) and Extended Science (but I am not too good at experiments). I would be interested in people's opinions and experiences. You could recommend any other subject which you really like and think it would be good and useful in the future!!! Thank you
Do you intend to go to university? If so consider what degree you migh like to do and what the entrance requirements are. For certain degree you need certain subjects and all unis you require a certain level of grades.

In this case you need to choose the A levels that will be an acceptable subject and that you can achieve the correct grade in.

Look at the A levels available and consider which subjects you enjoy or are allowed to do.

Its then just a case of narrowing them down till you have the best/ most suitable combination where you stand the best chance of success.

Read this article.


https://university.which.co.uk/advic...-level-choices

A levels for business

https://university.which.co.uk/advic...study-business

there aere no set A levels for business, but a few helpful ones.

You could do business and economics, business and accounts or business and maths. As your third you could do psychology if you wished.

Always check the entrance requirements for the unis you wish to apply to.
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Do you intend to go to university? If so consider what degree you migh like to do and what the entrance requirements are. For certain degree you need certain subjects and all unis you require a certain level of grades.

In this case you need to choose the A levels that will be an acceptable subject and that you can achieve the correct grade in.

Look at the A levels available and consider which subjects you enjoy or are allowed to do.

Its then just a case of narrowing them down till you have the best/ most suitable combination where you stand the best chance of success.

Read this article.


https://university.which.co.uk/advic...-level-choices

A levels for business

https://university.which.co.uk/advic...study-business

there aere no set A levels for business, but a few helpful ones.

You could do business and economics, business and accounts or business and maths. As your third you could do psychology if you wished.

Always check the entrance requirements for the unis you wish to apply to.


Thank you very much! Your reply is very helpful!! I am not sure if I want to do University but I would do a marketing, biotechnology or microtechnology course if I would do so.
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Thank you very much! Your reply is very helpful!! I am not sure if I want to do University but I would do a marketing, biotechnology or microtechnology course if I would do so.
Then look up those courses , see what they involve and also what they require for entrance. Doing the research is a large part of helping you decide.

Think what are you good at and like.
What interests you?
What career will you do and what are the job prospects.
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