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I start A-Levels next year and I have so many thoughts but I can only do 3 so how do I narrow down my options to only 3?
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Try to categorise the A Levels available (e.g either simply into essay based/number based, or into STEM/humanities/arts etc...). Then think about the path you'd like to take in the future, and have a look at university courses to see if there is any subjects you HAVE to take to follow your career path. If you don't know what you'd like to do, think about what your strengths are, and try to choose A Levels which use those skills. What are you thinking of taking so far?
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(Original post by lucexo-1)
Try to categorise the A Levels available (e.g either simply into essay based/number based, or into STEM/humanities/arts etc...). Then think about the path you'd like to take in the future, and have a look at university courses to see if there is any subjects you HAVE to take to follow your career path. If you don't know what you'd like to do, think about what your strengths are, and try to choose A Levels which use those skills. What are you thinking of taking so far?
I have a few thoughts for a career in the future I would like to have.

These include:

- Animator
- Cartoonist
- Programmer
- The next Mark Zuckerberg
- Musician
- Actor
-Scriptwriter
- Filmmaker
- Director

I think I can combine Filmmaker, Director, Animator, and Cartoonist to a media course, otherwise, I think a Fine Arts course would do. As for programmer, I know my college (which I am currently in right now for a GCSE-Equalivent Media course) offers a Computer Science A-Level, and I also know they offer a Performing Arts A-Level.
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