"Proper" Number Of A-Level Subjects And Subject Combinations - A Discussion
The debate over the “proper” number of subjects and subject combinations that students should take has been sparked by students scoring more than 15 points (3 As) at the Advanced Level (A-Level).
In a previous article, Pindula News stated that some analysts believe it is not necessary to take more than the standard three subjects, while others contend that adding extra subjects gives students more options than those who adhere to the customary three.
- Form 6 Student Gets 50 Points In A Level ZIMSEC Exams
- ZIMSEC A’ Level Results Out, How To Access Them
- Zimbabwean Student Scores 5As In Cambridge A’ Level Exams
Some say the recommended number of subjects at A-Level is 3-4, adding that the best number should depend on the student’s abilities and goals.
Participants of the radio show “Mhuri YeZimbabwe,” which was hosted by Chivandika and sponsored by Success Network Africa, emphasised the need for career counselling. Listen to the audio below for more:
Get Pindula News on our WhatsApp Channel
Subscribe here: https://whatsapp.com/channel/0029Va84dngJP21B2nWeyM3v