Every time I think I've decided on what I want to take next year, I change my mind. I want to keep many options open but not do subjects I dislike. I want to keep my options open for Law, Politics, Medicine and Religious Studies degrees (as well as other similar subjects).
I've decided that I definitely want to do History A Level and I want to do Chemistry (provided I do well enough in my GCSEs to make them worth studying).
Biology bores me a bit but I could probably take it just to help apply for Medicine should I want to do so- I will see if I get good enough grades to take Maths instead (I enjoy it and it would keep computing options open as I would take Further Maths too), but otherwise I'm clueless. My other options are: Literature (which I find difficult even though my grades are fairly good), Fine Art (which I really want to take but I'm worried about the workload), Psychology (which I've always wanted to do but my school's sixth form have terrible results in this subject) and Religious Studies (which I really want to take but it isn't required for any courses (even for Religion) and so it feels pointless).
I'm predicted pretty much all As at GCSE and can pick 4 A Levels. Does anyone have any advice on which ones I should pick? All the subjects I mentioned above are things I would enjoy taking.
I can't make up my mind about A Levels
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