I'm taking maths, biology, psychology and history at as level (but i think i will drop history next year at a2). I don't know what course I want to do but i have a few ideas. If i don't find a course i like, i will NOT go to uni, so don't think i'm going to uni for the sake of going or because my friends are.
I like maths and psychology the most so preferably a course related to one of those subjects. I am slightly autistic but i am a relatively high performer (got 3A*'s, 5A's and 2B's at gcse and am expecting 2A's and 2B's at as level). I have always had a natural talent for maths, but do not know of many interesting real life application maths courses for me to do which will lead to a job. I just enjoy working out problems. I like problem solving a lot and find the idea of business interesting. But i also enjoy psychology and am just as good at psychology as i am with maths (expecting an A in both of the subjects at as-level). But I sometimes feel it's too easy and I've heard it's not a good degree to do wherever you go because lots of people are doing it and it has low employment rate. I'm unsure what i should do, if you have any ideas based on my interests please answer this
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