I have got to choose my gcse options in under 2 weeks and I’m really not sure which subjects will come in handy later on and which subjects are sort of pointless?
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- 09-02-2018 20:56
- 09-02-2018 21:03
non of them really matter in the future. the specific subjects will only really come in handy on personal levels and most likely you'll forget what you learnt in the by college. if you have a specific course you want to take in college mabye pick them suited to that but honestly just pick ones you're going to enjoy!
- 09-02-2018 22:07
Take what you enjoy and what you are good at. Also think about who teaches the subject because I took art and I hate it because of the teacher! I knew all the art teachers at my school were bad, and I had this specific art teacher before. I never thought I would get her but low and behold... she has destroyed all the interest I once had in the subject!!
- 09-02-2018 23:08
As said previously, it’s best to choose what you will enjoy the most as you have to do these subjects for 2 years. If that still doesn’t help and and you can’t make up your mind about which four, I’d recommend choosing at least one language, one humanity, business/economics or IT etc. and maybe a creative if you enjoy any of these. This way, you’ve got a spread and varied skill-base but, even then, if you have four particular subjects you enjoy that don’t fit this then that will be more beneficial - this is usually a suggestion for those who enjoy a wide variety of subjects (or none at all😂).
Best of luck!
- 09-02-2018 23:13
Whatever you enjoy
Whatever you are good at
If the blocks let me I will pick triple science, computer science, French and design technology
I am alright at science (I was wayy better in year 8 - but hey)
I am really interested in computer science outside of school
I enjoy french at school
I enjoy design technology
Lmao I think my best subject is maths but I'm not that good at it - especially compared to others in my class. I am in top set though :P