Heyy! I'm an 11th grader (I think that's Year 12 in the UK, I'm an international student but I'm planning to study abroad, not sure where yet) and I am an overall creative person. However, I'm extremely indecessive and so I have a HUGE array of fields in mind such as:
Art and Animation, Design , engineering (related to physics and bio) , and architecture.
And so I want an A level combination that keeps my options as open as possible for all those fields? So far I've chosen Math and Physics A level and my third A level can be between the following (Keep in mind that I'm limited in my options as my country only provides the basic major subjects) :
1)Art and design (Useful for an art, animation, design or architecture degree. BUT will it put me at disadvantage if I persue engineering as it might be considered a &amp;amp;amp;quot;soft subject&amp;amp;amp;quot;? )
2)Biology (Most favourite of all my sciences and one I'm best at however I'm just interested in bio-engineering when it comes to biology. But I think overall it'll be better to have two sciences in your A levels for engineering right? )
3)chemistry (Least favourite science subject but I think it's more preffered than art and design or biology when it comes to engineering? I don't want anything chemical engineering related though but Idk if it'll be risky not to take chem)
ANY HELP/ADVICE OR EVEN OTHER SUBJECT SUGGESTIONS WOULD BE HIGHLY APPRECIATED!