I have no idea what subjects to take at a level. I really enjoy at school,
history Business, etc... However i also really enjoy all three sciences. Equally to humanities.
I wrote on my first choice college application two sets of subjects, One set was Biology, chemistry, physics and maths. The other was, history, Economics, Physics and Maths. Which are both perfectly good choices. I have thought a lot about becoming a doctor, and that wold obviously require the first set. I dont know where the second set would lead me in life. I dont know what i want, how can i make a decision that will affect everything i do forever? help if you can?
Oh and i was accepted at this Sixth Form on the condition that i get at least 6 A grades at Gcse level. And at my second choice i only put the sciences and maths down because at the time i thought i preferred sciences but i dont know now. thanks.
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- Thread Starter
- 19-03-2009 12:51
- 19-03-2009 12:56
I would advise one of them to be History. It is a very respected and reputable A-Level to have, which is much appreciated by all unis. It is also a traditional A-Level. If you enjoy studying it, you won't regret it.
- PS Helper
- 19-03-2009 12:57
You could go into medicine with either set of A level choices - obviously with one set you'd need to do the six year course though
- 19-03-2009 13:00
How about Maths, Chemistry, Biology and History? Can you still change your options?