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    I’ll start off with mine.

    These are the compulsory options my school gave us, for the final two I had to pick between history/geography and French/German.

    English Literature
    English Language
    Maths
    Triple Science
    RE
    German
    Geography

    These are my 4 options which I’ll be doing 2 of, my school made us rank them based off preferences (1-4, 1 being most preferred) and we should get our first two, but there’s a possibility we might not get them, so we have a 3rd or 4th.

    They are as follows:

    1. Economics -had to put this as 1st since it’s a new subjects and we have to do that.
    2. Computer Science - would switch with 1 for my actual preference
    3. Graphics - thought its a chill subject
    4. DT - had no other option plus I’m not doing another language or history.

    I want computer science the most, I’ll be heart broken if I don’t get it.
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    I'm in year 10 atm and i got all the subjects i chose, you will definitely get them unless enough people haven't chose the subject otherwise they will drop it.
    Compulsory: English Literature, English language, maths, RE, combined science
    Options: Health and social care (regret), Business and geography ( big regret)
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    There is only very few cases where they will refuse you the option that you want. If this is a case, they will talk to you and ask you whether you are willing to pick another option. You are within right to refuse to change your option. You just say that (if its Computer Science) that none of the options appeal to you and you intend on getting a job that requires Computer Science.
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    There is only very few cases where they will refuse you the option that you want. If this is a case, they will talk to you and ask you whether you are willing to pick another option. You are within right to refuse to change your option. You just say that (if its Computer Science) that none of the options appeal to you and you intend on getting a job that requires Computer Science.
    That’s why we have more preferences, if they refuse me CS, then I’ll do graphics.
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