With the exam season fast approaching, I am revising really hard for all my subjects however CHEMISTRY AS LEVEL is too hard for me. I'd love to drop it after AS, however I unfortunately require it up to A2 for the degree I want to study - Neuroscience.
I was thinking, if I do terribly this year in AS (I'm getting E grades on average in class so I probably will regardless of revision and hard work although I'm hoping for a C or higher!) should I change my degree choice? Here's my plan if chemistry goes pear shaped:
I will take up AS Level History, along with my A levels in Biology, Economics and English Literature. Then I'm thinking either a dual History and English degree or Economics with History degree... Is it weird to have such a vast change in degree? I'd love to do my Dream of Neuroscience however if it doesn't work I'd love to pursue History
Advice: what should I do about my AS levels?
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