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I am currently deciding what a levels I want to do and I have four in mind (maths, biology, history, RE) that I really enjoy currently at GCSE and am very passionate about and I want to continue to study beyond GCSE. However I am aware that four a levels is a lot of work, especially as the ones I want to do are very content heavy. Any advice would be amazing.
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Don't do 4 A-Levels, I'm currently doing 4 and I hate myself for doing it
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(Original post by tomrawlinson01)
Hi,
I am currently deciding what a levels I want to do and I have four in mind (maths, biology, history, RE) that I really enjoy currently at GCSE and am very passionate about and I want to continue to study beyond GCSE. However I am aware that four a levels is a lot of work, especially as the ones I want to do are very content heavy. Any advice would be amazing.
Tom
If you can handle it, then go for it. Else, stick with 3.

Depending on your course of choice, I’d go for Maths, Biology and History. Good luck
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If you can handle it, then go for it. Else, stick with 3.

Depending on your course of choice, I’d go for Maths, Biology and History. Good luck
Thank you for your feedback, I decided to choose three a levels (maths, biology, history) in the end rather than four.
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Thank you for your feedback, I decided to choose three a levels (maths, biology, history) in the end rather than four.
Well done and good luck. You have to focus on securing those As or A*s. Create a TSR “grow your grades” thread (if you wish) to keep the momentum and try to be your teachers’ best mate, so you can learn as much as you can.

If you are interested in going to uni, then start thinking about courses and types of unis whether it is Oxford, Manchester, Durham, UCL, York etc. Look up their entry requirements and start slow preparation from now.

I don't want to put pressure on you but just think about your goals and how you can achieve them. All the best,
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(Original post by tomrawlinson01)
Hi,
I am currently deciding what a levels I want to do and I have four in mind (maths, biology, history, RE) that I really enjoy currently at GCSE and am very passionate about and I want to continue to study beyond GCSE. However I am aware that four a levels is a lot of work, especially as the ones I want to do are very content heavy. Any advice would be amazing.
Tom
nah i wouldnt reccomend , theres not much point cause unis look for 3 a levels
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I did 4, I regretted it
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