It is not always easy to make important decisions for your future studies, especially with so many different courses at various levels. Now added to this long list of exciting courses is the introduction of the new T Levels, which are highly practical pathways that help you to step into various industries.
Here you will discover which pathway would be more suited to you, according to your own learning style, and how each one of these pathways can lead to great career prospects.
How much reading and research do you enjoy?
If you are the kind of student who enjoys academic subjects that require a lot of reading, writing and research, then A Levels would most likely be suited to your learning style. Science and maths subjects, although practical in some aspects, are considered highly academic due to the amount of study required.
You usually study three or more A-levels over two years and they are assessed by a series of exams. If you enjoy academic learning and want to study a broad range of subjects, they could be the perfect option for you. If you’re sure that you want to go to university then they are worth considering.
A-levels are highly valued by employers and universities so they can open up lots of doors to further study and careers.
They are good if you don’t know what you want to study at university, or haven’t pinned down your ideal career yet, because they keep a lot of options open.
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