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    So I was wondering how to pick the best a levels for me for now I selected maths physics and chemistry. I don't have any particular attraction to these but they seem like the most convenient for me in some way not that I'm particularly good at these subjects tmfor example got a 4 in maths in mocks and 5 and 6 for combined science.

    Do any of you have any advice to help me choose wisely?

    Thank you
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    to be brutally honest with you, if you ennd up with anything less than a 7 in your GCSEs for those subjects you will majorly struggle with A Levels in those subjects.
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    (Original post by interruptin cow)
    to be brutally honest with you, if you ennd up with anything less than a 7 in your GCSEs for those subjects you will majorly struggle with A Levels in those subjects.
    Because its coming ill get 2 grades 1 for core science and 1 additional, the college I'm tryna get into requires me to get grades 7s and 6 for math
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    Don’t do geography. There is so much content to learn it’s pretty much impossible to revise all of it
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    A levels are tough. There are two important things to consider:

    1) Am I good at the subject? Realistically, you should be on track for an A* or A at GCSE in what you want to pursue at A level.
    2) Do you enjoy what you are studying? It's a lot of work so ensure that you either enjoy the subject, or, if you're taking on a new subject, that you have read about this subject and researched it thoroughly.

    Speaking from experience, took 3 A levels which I got A*AA in at GCSE, came out with AAB and an a in EPQ last summer
 
 
 

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