I got AABC in my AS levels, Maths, Geog, Biology, Chemistry respectively. Due to extenuating circumstances I can get my teachers to predict me AAAB, hopefully.
I was planning to do chem at uni (as it's one of my favourites) and drop geog but with grades AAB and the B in chemistry I won;t be able to get in somewhere I really want to go like Durham or Bath. The problem isn't getting the grades though, it's making the unis understand and believe that I will get them so they offer me a place.
I have disliked geog so far but could keep it on and drop chem. Predicted grades AAA. Then I could get in to a really good uni but not to do chemistry. I could do biological sciences but i'm not sure about careers and my interests lie not so much in medicine and disease and more in the environment e.t.c.
Couldn't bring myself to do geog at uni - will be difficult enough finding motivation for another year. Could do a completely different subject e.g. economics at uni if I do well in maths.
What do you think?
From GCSE to A level, it's all changing