in a couple of days i go back to school and at the moment the subjects im supposed to take for a level are history, religious studies and psychology. the problem is that i don't really enjoy history and i'm just moderately good at it. the only reason i chose it was bc it's a facilitating subject and i've heard that you can't get into a russell group uni without at least one facilitating a level. i also pretty much have no idea what degree subject i want to study which is why i thought history would keep more options open. but i know have a much better chance at getting an A in sociology than history. it's something i'm sure i'd enjoy way more than history and do well in but it's not facilitating or a "respected" a level supposedly. What should i do, switch to sociology or keep my options open and do history?
should i take sociology instead of history for a-level?
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