DogM,dogmonkey said:Either an elite grammar wah, for which I salute you, or you are not keeping apace with the developments in our fair language. Much as it grieves me to say so, according to Oxford, splitting one's infinitives is now fair game!pombsen-armchair-warrior said:Yes, spelling is important, as is not splitting your infinitives.Mister_Angry said:This is a very good combination of subjects.1140_Sqn said:As the Title asks, what A Levels would be useful to an Officer??
Im thinking about doing Geography, Physics, Law and politics.
and help or advice would be great!!
However, to state the blatantly obvious about your initial post: you have failed to even spell 'Officer' correctly. Don't make the mistake of thinkng things like this don't count. Communication is a huge part of leadership. If you can't communicate or don't want to lead , start thinking about a different career.
As for a degree - you don't need one, but having one will never hurt - in fact it will help considerably if you're at all ambitious about your army career.
Accepted and it's not the first time I have been hoisted by my own petard. Unfortunately I could not resist the temptation.