Note that I am not talking about a set of choices, but options.
To expatiate more, I mean to say: That there set(or group/class etc) that contains subsets that have therein options, where a choice must be made, and when all the subsets of options have been decided upon, the result is a set of choices.
It's best that I provide a general, visual example:
Breakfast_choice:[apple, cereal, whatever]; Lunch_choice:[Fish, Sandwich, whatever]; Dinner_choice:[Rice, Curry, unicorns]
Say I chose for breakfast, lunch, and dinner: Apple, Fish, and unicorns respectively. Thus my choices are: [Apple, Fish, unicorns]
So, what I basically want is a name for a group of choices. Of course, I could just call them 'choices' but then if I did that there's no way to distinguish between the choices groups as breakfast, lunch, and dinner, i.e they'd 'spill' into eachother.
I also may call them the 'set of choices', but I don't want to sound as if it's a set of choices that have already been made, which is why am hesitant in using the word.