• Question: what A levels/ O levels did you take? (if this is relevant to you)

    Asked by tiani on 18 Jun 2019.
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      Kaitlin Wade answered on 18 Jun 2019:


      For O levels, I took the core subjects, which I’m pretty sure were compulsory (Double science, which included Biology, Chemistry and Physics, Maths, English Literature and English Language) and then took French, Graphic design, Drama, PE and Geography.

      For A levels, I took Biology, Maths and Chemistry. I also did a subject called General Studies but this didn’t really count apparently towards University.

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      Rebecca Moon answered on 18 Jun 2019:


      GCSEs: English, English lit, maths, biology, chemistry, physics, French, German, geography, latin.
      A levels: maths, further maths, biology, chemistry, AS German.
      I dont think I really remember much of what I learnt at alevel now!

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      Nina Rzechorzek answered on 18 Jun 2019:


      GCSEs: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Maths, English Language, English Literature, French, German, Food Technology and one more – I think Geography but I couldn’t be sure now it was so long ago! Also did Computer Literacy and Information Technology but that didn’t count as a GSCE
      A-Levels: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Maths with Mechanics. I did an Art course outside of school but not for a qualification.

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      Shobhana Nagraj answered on 18 Jun 2019:


      I did Science x2, English Language, English lit, Maths x2, French, German, Art at GCSE, and took Biology, Chemistry, Maths and AS French at A Level.

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      Marianne King answered on 19 Jun 2019:


      My GCSEs were Art, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Maths, English Literature, English Language, French, History and Product Design.
      And for A level I did Art, Biology, Chemistry and Maths.
      (My chemistry teacher told me to drop Art at A2 because it was ‘silly’ which only made me want to do it more).

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      Ettie Unwin answered on 19 Jun 2019:


      GCSEs: Triple science, Maths, English literature, English language, French, Geography, History and PE.
      A-levels: Maths, Further maths, Physics and Chemistry.

      I haven’t done any biology since I was 16!

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      Rachel Hardy answered on 19 Jun 2019:


      My GCSEs were: Science double award, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, English literature, English language, Maths, Geography, Food Technology, French and German

      A levels: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, German

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      Alex Blenkinsop answered on 19 Jun 2019:


      I took English Literature, Geography and Maths for A Level

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      Ross Hill answered on 19 Jun 2019:


      AS Levels
      Biology
      Chemistry
      Physics
      Maths

      A2 Levels (final year)
      Biology
      Chemistry
      Maths!

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      David Wilson answered on 19 Jun 2019:


      I’m from Scotland we do (did) Standard Grades, Highers and CSYS (Advanced Highers)
      SG:
      Maths
      English
      French
      Geography
      Biology
      Chemistry
      Physics

      H:
      Maths
      English
      Human Biology
      Chemistry
      Physics
      Music

      CSYS:
      Biology
      Chemistry

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      Kate Timms answered on 19 Jun 2019:


      My GCSEs were Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Religion, English Language, English Literature, History, Geography, French. I also did IT but that wasn’t a proper GCSE.

      I took Biology, Chemistry and Archaeology at A-level. Like Kaitlin I also had to do General Studies, which was bit pointless as it didn’t count! I also did psychology up until AS level, but then dropped it because I didn’t like it.

      Archaeology was the subject I took for pure enjoyment – it was great!

    • Photo: Matthew Bareford

      Matthew Bareford answered on 20 Jun 2019:


      For A-Levels I took:

      Biology
      Chemistry
      Psychology

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