(Original post by RedRevolver)
I would like to do a further AS level at some point in the next two years (next year if I don't feel like I should do A2s, year after if I do all 3 A2s) and my college offers a narrow range of AS Level courses (council's a cock, etc.)
The teaching is very good there, however, and I love my current lecturers so wouldn't leave to widen the field, as it were.
But the only two I can/would do are Maths and Psychology.
Due to a history of mental illness and an interest in the mind, I feel that Psychology would be something that I would find really interesting (having looked through the syllabus, my personal issues feature as part of the course content).
However, I am naturally good at Maths. I only took the GCSE foundation tier as a) they had removed the 'Intermediate' tier by the time I did GCSE maths and b) I was going to do Higher but I only had 9 months to learn all the content and found my anxiety difficult to handle at the time (I've learnt confidence in Maths is key to being successful..if you're neurotic like me, anyway).
So, I didn't do Higher...but I feel, with the right support which I know my college could give me, I think I could get at least a b, which is all I need as a supportive AS level in either.
(I hope I made myself clear enough, I'm quite tired right now...