picking subjects for 3rd year on high school

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picking subjects for 3rd year on high school

Postby Hazza » Tue Nov 25, 2008 6:38 pm

i need help desiding what too pick for my 3rd year!

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Postby fraser » Tue Nov 25, 2008 7:59 pm

Is there a favourite subject that you particularly want to do? Or do you have any ideas what you want to do when you leave school?
I remember choosing my subjects for 3rd year, so I know what it's like!
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Postby Hazza » Sun Dec 14, 2008 7:28 pm

well

i do like technology as in craft and design but i do struggle some times (being my DCD..)

i also like geography and history but i dont know...

im picking my subs in feb tho.
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Postby Andy » Thu Dec 18, 2008 3:17 pm

When I picked my subjects I took Geography and History despite the teachers telling me that it was usual to pick History and Modern Studies. I passed both at credit level (cos I liked the subjects) I also took maths Physics and english and Administration. I was allowed to take only six subjects as I didnt want to overload myself. It worked cos I passed everything at credit. However because of my dyspraxia I wasnt allowed to study higher history or geography in fifth year as the powers that be thought I wouldnt be able to do it so had to sit int two in fifth year I left school at the end of fifth year and have went to college to do my highers (sixth year ) and am doing ok have passed everything . So basically what I am saying is that the teachers arent always right fight for what You want to do.
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