Need help choosing : Electronics, Law, Ancient history, Electronics AlevelWatch
As I'm choosing subjects for my college application form, I wanted to know more about the subject of electronics. What do you do? is it practical based? What if you've never had experience in electronics? does it help with engineering? instead of this should I do a core subject like history, law or economics? I'm thinking of applying to Oxbridge or MIT for uni so I want the best possible subject choices. I do excel at anything I try which involves articulating arguments or problem-solving, I've learnt the hard way creative subjects are not my thing (a 4 in photography and 7 in music for my mock predictions). Therefore I don't want to do something that is related to creativity and get a really bad set of grades. I've already decided I'm doing maths and physics as that is needed for engineering but my future plan is to start a business within engineering. Therefore I want the best possible start to fulfil my goals. I thought perhaps I should do law in case I change my mind and so have options still available and I can also have fun but I'm not clear as to what the subject involves also. I thought economics would be good as if I want to start a business, then I need as much information as I can get as I'm not a business-minded person. And finally I thought ancient history might be cool, as I really enjoy history and its a core subject I really need help, can someone help me with my conundrum.