Right, I know there are several threads of people asking whether to do three or four a levels, but I wanted any advice to be specific to what I want to do after sixth form.
So, I at GCSE I got 3 A's, 7 B's and 1 C (which could potentially be a B as it's been sent off for remark).
I want to be a primary school teacher, so a teaching degree at university is my way forward after sixth form.
I originally planned to take Pyschology, business, biology & maths at a level however after my first maths lesson I was completely against the idea of studying it for atleast a year, so made the decision to drop it.
I am now studying psychology, business & biology. School are fine with this and myself I know doing 3 a levels will allow me to manage my time better, but is doing 3 a levels instead of 4, okay? Will it put me at a disadvantage going into teaching?
I can't help but feel I'm being lazy as half my year are doing four, and I feel I am a disappointment for not doing four. However, I know it's best to do what makes me happy.
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