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When you are picking A Level subjects you may have a lot of conflicting thoughts, but there are three main things to think about that will help you come to a decision that you feel confident in.
If you are hoping to progress on to a particular course at university, you may want to read up on their entry criteria. Some Universities favour certain A Levels for a chosen course.
A Level courses are two years long and you will need to be really committed to the subjects you pick. You are more likely to succeed at something you enjoy.
Studying A Levels can be very rigorous. It requires a lot of commitment and dedication. On our course pages you will be able to find out how you will be assessed. You may want to consider a combination that is not too coursework-heavy, or not too exam-based.
Not every learner will have particular degree or career path in mind. Here's some handy hints if this sounds like you:
At EKC Sixth Form College we endeavour to provide you with all the support you need, whether that's developing your personal statement or growing your confidence in your choice.
Our Information, Advice and Guidance team have dedicated staff to help you consider your future career path, or help you prepare for university.