Encouraging teenagers to take maths and physics A level

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Encouraging teenagers to take maths and physics A level

With GCSE results out of the way many young people are choosing their options and a new campaign is trying to get more to opt for maths and physics.

Apparently, with one in five of London's 11-19 year olds are likely to risk dropping out of school in the hope of becoming a reality TV star.

There's a concern that science and maths are being left behind. 

Roma Agrawal from 'Your Life', a campaign to encourage young people to take maths and physics at A Level, explains more. 

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