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    I've 99% decided that I'm taking Maths, Biology, Chemistry and Spanish.

    Any opinions? If anyone does this combo or any of these subjects, is it hard/interesting/time-consuming?
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    maths is brill
    can't speak for the others
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    good combo for doing a bio/chem subject at uni including medicine, would caution against Spanish unless you are exceptionally good/fluent as it is difficult and a heavy workload for a fourth a level, particularly if you don't intend to pursue the subject beyond a level
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    m8 I chose physics,chemistry and computing and honestly it's good, interesting and everything but I honestly wish I chose more diverse subjects like maybe physics, art and music. Choose you'll think you might enjoy. Seriously.
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    (Original post by stanleyoldfield)
    maths is brill
    can't speak for the others
    glad aha
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    (Original post by aesthete1)
    good combo for doing a bio/chem subject at uni including medicine, would caution against Spanish unless you are exceptionally good/fluent as it is difficult and a heavy workload for a fourth a level, particularly if you don't intend to pursue the subject beyond a level
    I really enjoy spanish so i'm prepared to work hard for it, and i'm mainly taking it for myself, not really for the grade because I'd love to be fluent. The other options like an epq or psychology or something didn't really seem worth the effort to me
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    (Original post by computuring)
    I really enjoy spanish so i'm prepared to work hard for it, and i'm mainly taking it for myself, not really for the grade because I'd love to be fluent. The other options like an epq or psychology or something didn't really seem worth the effort to me
    I'm that case go for it, this is a really strong a level combination
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    (Original post by Eruthien420)
    m8 I chose physics,chemistry and computing and honestly it's good, interesting and everything but I honestly wish I chose more diverse subjects like maybe physics, art and music. Choose you'll think you might enjoy. Seriously.
    yeah i enjoy the diversity of subjects at gcse, so i hope spanish will help with that at A level. also are you not taking maths, isn't it hard to do the subjects you chose without maths??
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    Nah bro, gcse maths is all you need. The only new math I had to learn is how to press the log() button in both physics and chem.
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    (Original post by Eruthien420)
    Nah bro, gcse maths is all you need. The only new math I had to learn is how to press the log() button in both physics and chem.
    ah ok fair
 
 
 
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