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thank you for the help !
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First of all, I recommend doing a MOOC or edx course about law or architecture to get a sense of which one you like more, they're really insightful. For econ, it was the A level the most people dropped because it was nothing like what they were expecting (though I didn't take it). I think you should take physics because a lot of the mechanics overlaps with the mechanics you get in maths too. I'm a STEM student though, so I can't give you much advice for the humanities side of things
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That sounds like too much work, I highly suggest either dropping fm or history. They're like on the opposite sides of the a level spectrum
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Do a few subjects and do them properly. It may be that you try to do everything and fail to do anything- I nearly made a similar mistake, so I don't want you to repeat it. A-levels are tough and I think you might be underestimating them.....
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Some schools/colleges allow you to start with 4 subjects, then drop one during the year when you decide which isn't something you want to do. Try to do some searches for the careers you are interested in, and see the common A-levels taken by those in that field. The UCAS website if I recall correctly has some information about this, just play around on there to see what you find out.
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Read - How to Choose your 6th Form subejcts - https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/a-l...-your-subjects
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(Original post by shermyyin)
art (not too keen on this i would only take it if i am sure i would go for architecture but still worried about job opportunities T^T)
I wouldn't recommend doing art unless you are passionate about art/architecture as something separate to job opportunities. Art A level very time consuming and wont be enjoyable if you are only in it to get a degree later on.
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