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im currently doing welsh and history as a levels but just started doing both AS RE and A level RE this year (to do all the exams this year). i would end up with history, welsh, RE and welsh bacc at the end of the year but I don't think it is possible for me to do RE. Re clashes with history so the only way RE will be possible is if I skip 2 out of 4 history lessons a week to do RE. history is what i want to do in uni though so im not sure if i can 'sacrifice' the chance of a good grade in history for RE.
would i be closing off too many options if i dropped RE and just had history, welsh and the welsh bacc?
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(Original post by abbyw230)
im currently doing welsh and history as a levels but just started doing both AS RE and A level RE this year (to do all the exams this year). i would end up with history, welsh, RE and welsh bacc at the end of the year but I don't think it is possible for me to do RE. Re clashes with history so the only way RE will be possible is if I skip 2 out of 4 history lessons a week to do RE. history is what i want to do in uni though so im not sure if i can 'sacrifice' the chance of a good grade in history for RE.
would i be closing off too many options if i dropped RE and just had history, welsh and the welsh bacc?
You need to check whether that combination will meet entrance criteria. If they do its a valid combination.

Quite a few but not all unis accept welsh bacc. You need to check and decide what course you want. I dont think RE massively increases your options.

Which course?

https://my.sacu-student.com/sacustud...p=SACU_BROWSE0

https://university.which.co.uk/a-level-explorer

Which A levels?


http://russellgroup.ac.uk/for-studen...l-and-college/


https://university.which.co.uk/advic...-level-choices
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im currently doing welsh and history as a levels but just started doing both AS RE and A level RE this year (to do all the exams this year). i would end up with history, welsh, RE and welsh bacc at the end of the year but I don't think it is possible for me to do RE. Re clashes with history so the only way RE will be possible is if I skip 2 out of 4 history lessons a week to do RE. history is what i want to do in uni though so im not sure if i can 'sacrifice' the chance of a good grade in history for RE.
would i be closing off too many options if i dropped RE and just had history, welsh and the welsh bacc?
Sorry dk how to delete didn’t see the Welsh and Welsh bacc. You should be fine w/o re
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If history is what you want to do in University then I wouldn't chance skipping 2 hours of it for RE. Trust me, having as many history lessons as possible will help you so much when taking the exams. I'm actually doing the same subjects as you right now, History, Welsh and Welsh Bacc and I find it so much easier having the 4 hours of History because you learn so much from it, if you skip 2 hours for another lesson, there's a pressure of having to see your teacher and picking up the work which you'd have no idea how to do because you weren't there for the lesson, stick to history and don't take the risk.
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