So I was pretty much set on taking English Lit, French and History, as these are the subjects I think I am best at, and I wanted to study Law at university. However, I've been rather put off the idea of taking law at uni, and am strongly considering a degree in business or business management instead. For this, I gather it is recommended to have taken maths at a level - or at least, to get into a Russell Group uni, which is what I hope to do?
So now I am very stuck and confused about the following things:
1) Should I take maths at all? I am fairly good at maths, and am almost definitely going to get an A at GCSE (maybe an A* at a push but I don't think I put in enough effort for the whole year as I wasn't previously intended on pursuing maths any further)
2) Should I replace history or french? I think I would most probably prefer to take french over history, but I know history and english go well together and I have always enjoyed learning about it. I think I will get A*s in both subjects at GCSE - hopefully!
Any advice would be very appreciated please!! Thank you very much
EDIT: I could potentially consider taking all 4, but I think that it'd be a slightly too heavy work load? I've always been quite an able student but I know the step up from GCSE to A level is rather a lot and I don't want to take on too much and get lower grades as a result! My school no longer allow us to take 4 subjects at AS and then drop one for the final year, which is why I'm struggling so much to decide!
From GCSE to A level, it's all changing