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What GCSES and A-levels would I need to do in order to become a model, fashion designer or an architect

Hi! For Fashion and Architecture, one of the most important things is the portfolio. You should definitely chose Art or another creative subject such as Graphic Design. Maths and Physics may be required at technical unis for Architecture, although not usually. I would also chose and essay based subject such as English or History as there are essay assignments too. For modelling, qualifications are... more

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What GCSEs do you need to become a pilot?

Hi, I’m not too sure on this, but I’d say physics and math would be your best bets!

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What are the best paying career paths for STEM orientated people?

I really don't think careers should be totally defined in terms of salary. Picking a job that you are passionate about is critical to you enjoying work and fundamentally getting interviews. In answer to your questions, computer science for example software engineering, data science like fraud team and actuary attract a 'high paying salary. Hope this is useful in some way. If you've have any questi... more

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What GCSEs do I have to take to get into real estate?

Hey Halsey, To become a Real Estate Agent, you have to take the basics GCSEs like maths & English or equivalents. Add to that business, Commerce & Management Studies. Hope this answer helped you, for more help feel free to message me. Cheers 😎

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What do I need in grades to be able to become a midwife ?

you will need at least 5 9-4/A-C grade in your GCSEs depending on your university. You will need English and a saince subject plus at least 2 preferably 3 A' levels - biology may be required aswel

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What A levels should I take to go in the travel industry

Hi Freddy, what A Levels you should take will depend on which specific job you are interested. If you want to work as an airline cabin crew, a foreign language or English would be useful. If you are interested in becoming a Pilot, this is a much more difficult career to get into and would require Maths and Physics, a foreign language would also help. As a Travel Agent, nothing is specifically requ... more

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What subjects do I need to become a general practitioner

You'll usually need: 7 GCSEs, including sciences, with 5 subjects at grades 9 to 7 (A* or A) and English and maths at least grade 6 to 5 (B) 3 A levels at grade A in chemistry and either biology, physics or maths, plus another academic subject.

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Compare the strenghts and limitations of a range of assessment methods with reference to the needs of individual learners

I should also say that individual learners will each have a unique set of skills and situations. Some people are naturally more confident and outgoing, so take to presentations and oral communications more easily. Some people love reading and writing and so find essays and coursework more natural. Some people are majorly impacted by nerves and so part of a tutors job is to build confidence... more

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I want to become a diagnostic radiographer and I need to hand in my application for sixth form soon. So will a level chemistry, biology and psychology be good options?? 🙃 *any help or advice is appreciated

This is a pretty solid range of A-Levels for studying medicine. Each university has specific subject requirements. For example: University of Leeds: Chemistry or Biology. Physics or Maths must also be offered if Chemistry is not taken University of Warwick: Either AAB including one subject or ABB including two subjects from Applied Science, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Environmental Sci... more

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