What should I do with my A levels Watch

Billycatnorbert
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I would really love to take my love of physics as far as I can go (aiming for a PhD). But I also love music and am trying to some stuff in that. I want to leave music with a rich understanding of all musical techical... things to know as I enjoy (leisurely) DJ-ing on my iPad and computer and would like to become really good.
I’ve been told that to be accepted by a really good uni for continuation on my physics I should do Physics A-level and maths (obviously) and another science too instead of music A-level. But I would really like to do music.
I’m not amazingly smart and would most likely struggle with 4 A-levels.
What should I do?
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Music can be learnt anytime , A-Levels is mostly now . Music can also be done at Uni societies , or classes. So I wouldn't really do music now. Try 4, you can always drop tho
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Stick with Maths, Further Maths and Physics. Your music interests sounds like a great hobby, of which there are SO MANY opportunities for music clubs and societies at university! Trust me!
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