Decisionz Issue 2 Spring 2020 - Page 28



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Choose subjects that you enjoy
You will be studying these subjects for two years so choose
subjects you enjoy. If it’s a subject that you’re passionate
about, it will help you to stay motivated. If you are interested
in the subject you are more likely to want to learn and be
able maintain focus.
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Choose subjects that you are good at
Maximise your chances of success by choosing subjects
that you are good at. You are much more likely to get a
good grade.
Consider University specific requirements
It seems a bit early to be thinking about university, but if
you have got a particular university in mind it would
certainly be worth checking out entry requirements on
their website. Some universities have a list of acceptable
or non-preferred A levels subjects.
Consider subjects useful for your career
Do you have a career in mind or several career ideas?
Consider what subjects are needed or would be helpful in
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order to get in to this career.

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