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Hey,
I'm a gap year student and have finished my a levels already...but now that i'm going to university in Sept I want to get my brain back in gear.

I am hoping to sit another two a levels in June and self teach myself.(have done it before so should be ok). I'm just wondering what subjects to do. I've shortlisted it down to:

Critical Thinking
General Studies
Geology
Psychology
Performance Studies
Performing Arts

I'm doing sociology at the moment and have the A2 exams in June(did AS in Jan).

Any ideas?
Thanks
Patrick.
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depends, what are you taking at Uni?
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I'm going to do law or criminology.

But just doing these extra subjects for fun!
I don't really want them to be too taxing so i'm thinking Critical Thinking and GS.(although what exam board is good for GS...and what's it about? it seems very vague in the specification for AQA!)
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I always think performance studies looks great- I think I'd really enjoy that one because I've read through syllabuses and stuff but my school doesn't offer it!
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You could try taking general studies and critical thinking, as it is the most easiest subject to teach yourself out of the list you posted.
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Is the performance studies that you're talking about OCR?
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