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    Okay so I’m choosing my a levels (well technically SHOULDVE chosen) but idk what to do. I might do maths psychology/law with Spanish/physics/biology but I really don’t know. What degree can I do if I do do those a levels? I want to do law at ucl (if I do get in) and if I don’t then idk what to do. Please help me!! Also what is each a level subject like?? Thanks!!
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    Okay so I’m choosing my a levels (well technically SHOULDVE chosen) but idk what to do. I might do maths psychology/law with Spanish/physics/biology but I really don’t know. What degree can I do if I do do those a levels? I want to do law at ucl (if I do get in) and if I don’t then idk what to do. Please help me!! Also what is each a level subject like?? Thanks!!
    I don't know what you enjoy, who you are or who you want to be so I can't help you. Only you can help you. Do your research on a career you're passionate about, and choose the A levels required .
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    I don't know what you enjoy, who you are or who you want to be so I can't help you. Only you can help you. Do your research on a career you're passionate about, and choose the A levels required .
    I have and I want to do a lot of things.... but have u done any of the a levels I’ve mentioned? If so what r they like?
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    I would research a range of A levels to see which you find most interesting - it also helps by looking at job prospects from those A levels or university degrees - if that's what you're planning to do after A levels.

    My other advice is to pick subjects you have an active interest it so you won't get bored, and you will enjoy the studying!
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    I would research a range of A levels to see which you find most interesting - it also helps by looking at job prospects from those A levels or university degrees - if that's what you're planning to do after A levels.

    My other advice is to pick subjects you have an active interest it so you won't get bored, and you will enjoy the studying!
    Okay thanks!
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    Okay thanks!
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