Top Tips: Choosing your A Levels

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Sooner or later, Sixth Form colleges up and down the nation will be looking to collate all their applications for the year and work out who wants to do what in September.  It’s quite the elaborate process that involves a lot of logistics and assigning groups to teachers.

A levelsUnfortunately though, it isn’t all about the teachers working out who works with who… You’ve got the most important decision of all.  Chiefly, what do I want to do at A Level?

Firstly, there is not an immediate answer to all that.  For example, there are several things you should think about first…

What did I do at GCSE?

More often than not, what you can do at A Level is dictated by what you chose at GCSE.  If, say, you wanted to study a Science at A Level they probably will expect you to have studied either Double Award or…

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