Sorry for double post: I just read this now.(Original post by JenHughes)
I realise how stupid I sound now . Its difficult to explain: I want to do subjects that go well together [Biology & Chemistry would be easier than Physics & Maths], and are kind of respected, but I'm just a little worried about the massive workload I'll be making for myself. xD
[Hopefully that made a tiny bit of sense. ><; Or I'm just being stupid]
Thanks for your reply.
I know exactly how you feel. You're not being stupid at all, unless I was being stupid.
That's exactly what I was trying to do. Remember, you don't need ALL your subjects to be respectable ones... it's good to take subjects you enjoy, too!
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- 09-11-2009 21:33
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- 09-11-2009 21:46
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- 09-11-2009 22:40
How about History? It goes very well with English
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- 10-11-2009 18:45
(Original post by JenHughes)
- 07-01-2010 15:21
Hey, sorry to fill this sub-forum up even more with AS-choices threads, but I need some opinions from students who have been through AS or A levels already.
I should say before I start this post that I don't know what I want to do at university, and I don't even have a vague idea of what I want to do as a career. [I'd also like to apologise for my bad wording xD]
I definately want to take English and Biology, but I'm unsure about my other two subjects.
I want to take two Sciences, so I have to choose between Chemistry and Physics.
Chemistry: I thought I might take Chemistry ["A" at GCSE], because it apparently opens many doors, and goes well with Biology.
Physics: But I'm really interested in Physics, and got an A* at GCSE. However it apparently doesn't go well with Chemistry, and I've heard it is really difficult at A-level.
Last subject to choose:
As well as taking English and two sciences, I need to take another subject.
Art: I was thinking of doing Art [unendorsed] because I enjoyed it at GCSE and got an A*, but it is said to take up a lot of time at A-level.
Psychology: I'm also very interested in Psychology, and I will have lots of help with it at home, because my sister has a degree in it. However, it is apparently not respected, and you can take it at degree level without doing an A-level, so even if I don't take it for A-level, and then realise I do want to take it, I won't have to go back to college.
Any information relating to the subjects [If it takes up a ridiculous amount of study time/if it is ridiculously difficult] I have listed, and any advice/help on my choices would be more than appreciated.