What kind of degrees/jobs are linked to my a-level choices? and are they hard options?
Im taking Economics, Maths, Politics and History. What kind of degrees/jobs do people go onto after these kinds of a-levels (i don't really have any idea what i want to do when im older- im 16, choosing a-levels + taking GCSE's.) Also, has anybody got any experience on these subjects at a-level, are they hard? Will they take alot of work? Thanks
Asked By: blahblah1711 - 5/18/2012
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I'm taking my a2 exam soon for maths, depending on which exam board you take (I'm doing OCR mei). It's split in sections, c1,c2,c3,c4. And statistics and mechanics. If you like maths then you'll be fine.i would suggest getting the cgp revision guides for maths. They really helped me out and kind of dumb it down and... More
Answered By: guy - 5/18/2012
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i'm doing wjec maths, and its great. history and politics require a lot of writing and economics requires some understanding, economics is very hard, so keep in mind that you may have to drop one after the first year, and if you dislike more that one, you're going to be pretty annoyed, and no longer enjoy college... More
Answered By: Isobel - 5/18/2012
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