Is it good to have Fine Arts and English as my Future Subjects for graduation...?of course there will be other subjects too...Just to let you know,I got 88% on Fine Arts and English.Also I have...

Is it good to have Fine Arts and English as my Future Subjects for graduation...?of course there will be other subjects too...

Just to let you know,I got 88% on Fine Arts and English.Also I have interest in these two subjects specially.So plz plz let me know am i taking the ri8 decision or not...

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litteacher8 | High School Teacher | (Level 3) Distinguished Educator

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Make the decision based on what you're interested in! It does help that you do well in the subject, but the most important point is that you want to focus on those subjects. If you like a subject, you will work harder and you will end up doing better in it too!
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lrwilliams | College Teacher | (Level 1) Educator

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Would be hard for any of us on this discussion board to give you a lot of guidance in this question. As someone above said, what are your interests in careers after graduation, do these courses match those goals?

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ask996 | High School Teacher | (Level 1) Senior Educator

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The answer would really depend upon what your life goals are. Simply making good grades in an area doesn’t mean those areas will bring you satisfaction. In addition, what kind of careers would these areas lead you to, and would those areas make you happy?

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bullgatortail | High School Teacher | (Level 1) Distinguished Educator

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Although those two subjects may not supply you with quick employment after you graduate, I certainly think you should pursue them while in college. Students are always allowed elective courses not part of your specified major curriculum, so you should plan to take a few classes that interest you outside the required course load. I had a wide range of interests during college, switching my major twice; I took six years to graduate because of this and despite the extra time and cost of additional courses, I don't regret my decision.

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besure77 | Middle School Teacher | (Level 1) Senior Educator

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If these are the kinds of courses that you enjoy then you should run with it. There are many careers out there that require these kinds of college degrees. Some of them include teaching, writing, editing, art history, etc.

Keep in mind that it is a good idea to have different kinds of courses as well, including math and sciences even if they are not your cup of tea. The broader your range of knowledge is the better you look to colleges and employers. In addition, it is very common for college students to change their majors early in college so it is good to keep your options open as far as taking a wide range of courses.

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luvlyrazia | Student, Grade 11 | (Level 2) eNoter

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Thank you guys,oh I have Economics, Philosophy and Political Science in my course as only two subjects wont suffice ...

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