I really have no idea what my fourth A level should be and I don’t know which career I would like. I’ve decided to choose maths, further maths and physics for my first three subjects. Maths and further maths because its my favourite subject and physics because of my ability and the overlap with maths. I would say I like all my gcse subjects (apart from maths) equally which is why I am struggling to choose a fourth subject. I have narrowed it down to chemistry, dt product design, economics, latin or french.
Pros and cons for each:
Chemistry- I like it right nowbut i have heard it is a lot harder at A level
DT - I enjoy it a lot but the coursework is taking up so much time and i am terrible at drawing which could make A level really difficult
Economics- It sounds really interesting but it would be a new subject and I don’t know how useful it would be seeing as I don’t know what career I would go into.
Latin- I enjoy it a lot right now and am pretty good at it but I am not that good at writing so the longer answers may be hard and I might find it boring next year.
French- I like it a lot right now but I do find it difficult a lot of the time and I don’t know how useful a language A level is when I could learn the language by living in France.
I would be really grateful if everyone could give me suggestions of which subject I could choose or just general information about the subjects I am considering for next year.