Is the combination of Geology, Spanish, Maths and further maths good A levels?

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I don't really know what to choose for my A levels but I enjoy all of the subjects above and I don't know if it's worth picking them. I could change out spanish or further maths for another A level but I don't know
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I don't really know what to choose for my A levels but I enjoy all of the subjects above and I don't know if it's worth picking them. I could change out spanish or further maths for another A level but I don't know
If you enjoy those subjects then it makes sense to study them.
What do you want to do after a-levels?
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It's good if you're interested in them and actually want to study them for 18 months.
If you're not considering or going to consider any uni course that might require something else, then go ahead.
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If you enjoy those subjects then it makes sense to study them.
What do you want to do after a-levels?
I generally don't know. I just like these subjects and find them fun
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I generally don't know. I just like these subjects and find them fun
If you like those subjects, then it makes sense to study them. If you enjoy them then you are likely to do better at them.
Those subjects are good for a range of things.
I'd go for it.
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They all sound good. Are you lining yourself up to work for one of the huge mining companies in Chile, Mexico or Peru? The largest mineral extraction company is in Brazil, so I’d consider throwing in ab initio Portuguese in your first year at uni.
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(Original post by Emma:-))
If you like those subjects, then it makes sense to study them. If you enjoy them then you are likely to do better at them.
Those subjects are good for a range of things.
I'd go for it.
This really helps. Thanks a ton!
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This really helps. Thanks a ton!
Glad I could be of use 😃
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They all sound good. Are you lining yourself up to work for one of the huge mining companies in Chile, Mexico or Peru? The largest mineral extraction company is in Brazil, so I’d consider throwing in ab initio Portuguese in your first year at uni.
It sounds interesting. I'm not sure what I'm going to do but it helps to know that there are some interesting places I can work at with these subjects
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They sound good! You might also want to consider Chemistry if you want to pursue Geology/Science in your career (most unis will require Maths + Chem or Phys or Bio in order to study a science degree).
Would changing further maths for it be a good idea? Chemistry is fun as well after all
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