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I'm currently in the middle of doing my GCSE's, Im taking Geography, History, French and Film Studies.

For A level im looking to do Maths, History and Politics, however I have read around and Maths is very hard (apparently), im not the best at Maths and I don't even know if Ill get the grade 6 or 7 you need to do it since I haven't put too much effort into revision. Paper 1 went poorly but Paper 2 went pretty good so I am not sure right now.

In the future I either want to be an airline pilot or some sort of engineer working on planes. Do I need A level in Maths or Physics for this? If I choose to NOT do Maths at A level and do something else (not Physics either) can I still pursue these career options?
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Yes, absolutely! Don't worry about having to take maths or physics at A level, the best advice is to do what you enjoy, since airlines don't really have specific subject requirements I believe
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