Could you tell me what choices you made in a level and what your gender is please

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Biology Chemistry Music and female
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Maths, Further Maths, Music, History, and English literature. I’m male, but why do you ask?
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Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Psychology and EPQ. I'm male.
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Spanish, French, Law
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Financial studies
Mathematics
History
Chemistry

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English - B
Pure and Applied Mathematics - D
Physics (left course after a few weeks)
Craft Design and Technology (left course after a few weeks)

I was very confused- I thought I'd either like to be an author or an architect. Wanting to be an architect just because you admire design is, I'd say, a mistake. You have to have a practical, engineering type, head.

Generally speaking, I'd say that most people who feel torn between science and art are actually arts students. Don't do a science subject just because it looks more rigourous to do so.

I gave up Physics and Craft Design and Technology and I then took up Philosophy (B) and General Studies (A). I'd have rather taken up another arts subject like History than take up General Studies because it understandably isn't accepted, being a general knowledge essay kind of subject, by some top universities but none of our arts courses would accept a late entry in to their class. I did get my best grade in General Studies anyway.

It was good enough to get in Leicester for English at the time which is a campus and environment that I really liked- and like.

I am male.
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And I'm female
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(Original post by Picnic1)
English - B
Pure and Applied Mathematics - D
Physics (left course after a few weeks)
Craft Design and Technology (left course after a few weeks)

I was very confused- I thought I'd either like to be an author or an architect. Wanting to be an architect just because you admire design is, I'd say, a mistake. You have to have a practical, engineering type, head.

Generally speaking, I'd say that most people who feel torn between science and art are actually arts students. Don't do a science subject just because it looks more rigourous to do so.

I gave up Physics and Craft Design and Technology and I then took up Philosophy (B) and General Studies (A). I'd have rather taken up another arts subject like History than take up General Studies because it understandably isn't accepted, being a general knowledge essay kind of subject, by some top universities but none of our arts courses would accept a late entry in to their class. I did get my best grade in General Studies anyway.

It was good enough to get in Leicester for English at the time which is a campus and environment that I really liked- and like.
could you tell me your gender please?
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(Original post by Rachmaninov)
Maths, Further Maths, Music, History, and English literature. I’m male, but why do you ask?
I'm doing a survey to see whether a level options differ between gender.
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Biology, Chemistry, Psychology, Religious Studies (AS Level only) and EPQ.
I'm a female 😊
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Maths, Further Maths, Physics, History, male.
There is definitely a gender discrepancy at my school, physics and maths are sausagefests
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I, do not see why knowing people’s genders helps when it comes to A-Level subject choice - Unless this is for an EPQ or something where it’s relevant? 🤔
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(Original post by Sinnoh)
Maths, Further Maths, Physics, History, male.
There is definitely a gender discrepancy at my school, physics and maths are sausagefests
Sausagefests 👌🏻

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Maths, Further Maths, Physics, English, History (dropped History at A2) and male
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gender studies
sociology
general studies
ECDL

im non-binary and trans woman/man depending on how i feel
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Maths, economics, psychology, female
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Male: Maths, Further Maths, Physics, Computing, EPQ.
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History
Religious Studies
Business Studies
Law

I'm female.

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