Poll: what whould i do next year?
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View poll results: what whould i do next year?
Further Maths
7 22%
Media
6 19%
Psychology
5 16%
Vis Com
2 6%
Biology
5 16%
Economics
6 19%
Health
1 3%
Voters: 32.
#1
i need one more subject for next year (Year 12)

possibilities

Further Maths
Media
Psychology
Visual Communication
Biology
Economics
Health & Human Developmental

subjects I'm already doing

English
Physics
Maths Methods
Systems Engineering


so wat do yous guys think i should do?
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#2
Maths, it's the the only subject there worth a ****
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#5
quite a few of my friends did Health and HD and said it was piss easy

so health and hd

or media, everyone loves media
#6
Further Maths.

I did it, and if you can keep up the pace, it sets you in damn fine stead for anything to come, and it looks mighty impressive on a CV or uni application.
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#7
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Further Maths.

I did it, and if you can keep up the pace, it sets you in damn fine stead for anything to come, and it looks mighty impressive on a CV or uni application.

I WOULDN'T reccomend the maths, alot of uni's won't accept it as an a-level or seperate qualification.

Plus your doing Physics which is basically an advanced maths.

Biology would be the best, then Psychology.
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#8
You should ask people (teachers and students who have/are taking teh course) and research what the subjects entail and then make your own decision based on what you've found out regardless of what the majority of The Pit thinks imo.
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#9
Best question is:
What are you doing in life TS?
What job do you want to have after all your studying?
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#10
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Further Maths.

I did it, and if you can keep up the pace, it sets you in damn fine stead for anything to come, and it looks mighty impressive on a CV or uni application.


this.

plus seeing as your doing systems engineering it might help a bit
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#11
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I WOULDN'T reccomend the maths, alot of uni's won't accept it as an a-level or seperate qualification.

Plus your doing Physics which is basically an advanced maths.

Biology would be the best, then Psychology.


I think you'll find that it adds up as 2 A-Levels, due to the number of units you complete.

Therefore it shows that not only have you completed an extra A-Level in that time, but that it was in one of the most advanced courses available.

This shows that you have drive, the willingness to study, and a great level of ability.

Universities AREN'T going to look at that and go: "Meh, we don't accept it. Chin up."

And the maths you cover in Physics is vastly different to the stuff you'll end up covering in Further Maths, at least in terms of A-Level. Granted, there'll be some cross over, but that's hardly a bad thing, after all, it's re-enforcing what you're learning.
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#12
personally, I'd do biology.

there are a ****load of jobs at the moment in bioinformatics (i.e. the analysis of biological data), whether it be clinical trials (new drugs), genetics, whatever.... and there are very few people with enough programming and mathematical knowledge out there. you'd walk into a job. (and it's quite interesting).
#16
Do visual communication. You already have a heap of hard subjects. Art will let you wind down a bit.
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#17
Biology or further maths.

Id choose biology because its awesome.
Sat in a lab, curing diseases. They actually LET me play with chemicals!
#19
I took economics and really enjoyed it. It's not one of those piss-easy subjects though, you do need to put some work in but it's really interesting, especially with the current economic climate.

Plus you can sound like a pompous douche with the terminology you learn Thats what I do...
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