I was intending to do further maths instead of economics but pretty much backed out because of the difficulty. Now I figured I enjoy maths more than any subject.
So I've done unit 1 in jan and await the results in march however I just can't seen myself do maths/bio/chem and then making time for economics. Nor does it interest me in the level in which the 3 primrary subjects do at the moment.
Is it possible for me to drop economics at this point, being where Im supposedly doing unit 2 in May. I even think my unit 1 was a disaster.
What would happen if I didn't sit this unit 2 exam? Is it possible at all to stop doing economics?
It's also possible that you do well in economics and badly in one of the others. Which could mean that you have to drop math or bio or chem which means you'd have to carry on with economics to still coutn as a full time student and get 3 A2s without taking 3 years to do it.
If you interested in top universities and want to apply at the normal time (i.e. not late) then don't drop economics. You will have to grit your teeth and bear it.
Alternative if you are good at self teaching; learn the further maths AS syllabus and take the exams at the end of this year, perhaps switching your school timetables so you can attend Further maths lessons. Further maths is more difficult, but the AS aspect of it is certainly manageable if you are capable of self-teaching (although, a lot of people are not). Otherwise you may want to think about picking up AS further maths next year.