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I just got my options. My ideal job would most likely be something related to maths or science. Both of these subjects I am predicted an A in at GCSE's, I also kind of enjoy French which I am predicted A in for GCSE's too. But I am unsure on what career plan I should choose. I have been selected for separate sciences and to take French. I also can choose one humanity subject for which I want to chose History but I am unsure on what my final option should be. I only get one alternative option and a reserve.
Are there any suggestions??
Any help will be appreciated.
I am stuck on these...
Geography
Religious Studies
Business Studies
Food Science?
Art and Design
Drama
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Do whatever u enjoy - u r more likely to do good in those subjects
don't fret about what u want to be in the future, just choose the subjects u enjoy and hopefully, u will end up in a career u enjoy
P.S- I took business studies and i thoroughly enjoy it! dont worry, it seems like a big deal now but it really isn't, Just Do What You Love
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(Original post by Kayb7893)
Do whatever u enjoy - u r more likely to do good in those subjects
don't fret about what u want to be in the future, just choose the subjects u enjoy and hopefully, u will end up in a career u enjoy
P.S- I took business studies and i thoroughly enjoy it! dont worry, it seems like a big deal now but it really isn't, Just Do What You Love
Thank you for the help. But can i ask how Business Studies works exactly, I have heard there is a lot of coursework. Is that true?
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Business studies is only 25% coursework,
We learn how businesses work and how to start a business.
It is a great insight into the working world
We learn about Enterprise and Entrepreneurship and Building a business
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(Original post by Kayb7893)
Business studies is only 25% coursework,
We learn how businesses work and how to start a business.
It is a great insight into the working world
We learn about Enterprise and Entrepreneurship and Building a business

Thank You.
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geography is a little boring
religious studies is also boring but I hear it's an easy a
business is interesting if you are into business stuff
food science not sure about this but I did food and nutrition GCSE and I liked it mostly cooking and learning bout cooking had great time
art I wouldnt unless you really like art. takes a lot of time and effort
drama if you like performing
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As somebody that was in exactly the same position as you a couple of years ago, I suggest that you do what you enjoy. I went with my most enjoyable subjects and don’t regret it at all. Don’t pick a subject if you know your not gonna look forward to going to the lessons as this will just put you off going and putting the work in and affect your grades. Good luck with your choices!!
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