Over half of this year’s university applicants picked their sixth form subjects without considering their future prospects, suggests a poll.
And almost one in five of over 1,000 UK 18- and 19-year-olds polled for Which? said different subjects might have been better for their chosen degree course.
The consumer group says teenagers need better guidance on subject choice.
“It is a complex and difficult decision for young people,” said head teachers’ leader Malcolm Trobe.
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