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When choosing your subjects, make sure you've accurate and up to date information. Talk to those who can give you reliable advice, such as a careers teacher or adviser, your subject teachers and family.
The correct answer is all of the above.
You’re more likely to do well in subjects you enjoy and are good at. However, think about what course or career you'd like to do when you leave school. If you pick a new subject, find out as much as you can about it by talking to teachers and students already studying it.
Don't choose subjects for the wrong reasons, such as:
The correct answers are to pick subjects:
There’s no such thing as subjects for boys or for girls. Don’t let gender stereotypes get in the way of picking the subjects you want.
If you’re not sure which career to follow, keep your options open by making a balanced choice. Selecting a range of subjects will give you a good overview of different topics and different ways of studying and can help you identify what subjects you’re best at.
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The Careers Service offers impartial careers information, advice and guidance. Professionally qualified careers advisers can help you:
Contacting the Careers Service is easy. To speak to a Careers Adviser, you can:
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