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I am taking my GCSEs this year and am coming to the point of A level choices. I was just wondering whether it is at all possible to manage four subjects and an EPQ and still survive with stress levels and outside of school commitments. My four subjects would be maths, history, French and German with an EPQ on politics/extremism or the incarceration system and I am currently predicted 8s and 9s in all my subjects.

Would be really grateful for any advice x
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If you are a hard worker and have a passion for these and are clever then YES!!!! Though you may feel stressed at times...go for it!!! Get epq over and done with in year12...and though...you will need a good memory!!! Good luck for gcesxxx
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(Original post by YellowCookies)
If you are a hard worker and have a passion for these and are clever then YES!!!! Though you may feel stressed at times...go for it!!! Get epq over and done with in year12...and though...you will need a good memory!!! Good luck for gcesxxx
Thank you, I hope my memory will be good enough ahah...
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