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Hiii,
So I am currently beating between psychology, classics and history for a level.
I know I want to do spanish as I am a fluent speaker so think I will be able to manage 4.
What will compliment those subjects the most, I have no idea what I want to be when I’m older so it’s not like I can look at that.
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Look at the course content and see if anything you would learn in that alevel interests you.
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As the person above said, look at the course content. If you don’t know what you want to do, most unis want two facilitating subjects, which are: biology, chemistry, physics, English, maths, modern/classical languages, history and geography. So you already want to do Spanish which is good. As a year 12, I highly suggest doing what you enjoy rather than what looks good. So if you only do one facilitating subject rather than two, as long as you enjoy what you’re doing that’s fine, as that is the key to success in university
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(Original post by Himynameisdaisy)
As the person above said, look at the course content. If you don’t know what you want to do, most unis want two facilitating subjects, which are: biology, chemistry, physics, English, maths, modern/classical languages, history and geography. So you already want to do Spanish which is good. As a year 12, I highly suggest doing what you enjoy rather than what looks good. So if you only do one facilitating subject rather than two, as long as you enjoy what you’re doing that’s fine, as that is the key to success in university
Thank you, I will definitely look into the courses more
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