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    Hello!
    At the moment I’m 16 years old and I’m about to do my IGCSEs, however I’m already pondering over what subjects I should choose for AS and A Levels?
    The most difficult part of this is because I’m not sure what course I should take. I’m unsure about business management, International Relations or International/Criminal Law. If I do take Management, I’ll choose maths but I’m not entirely sure I want to study this because I’m not 100% motivated to study this course. With International Relations, I’m scared I won’t find a job in the future since it’s quite hard to find a good, stable job.
    I’m pondering over Business Studies, English Language, Portuguese (A Level), French, Maths and History (I’m allowed 4 AS Levels and 3 A Levels at my school). Business and History I’m taking for sure, I can’t choose between the others.
    Thus, could anyone help me choose my A Levels and my course in the future?
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    from what I've read having maths is an advantage.
    even if you don't need it, it looks good to have, but you do need to be motivated to do it as it gets harder as you go along.
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