Hi! I'be just started A-levels and I'm already very confused as to what subjects I should take. So I began the year with
Philosophy and ethics
I then changed classical civilisation to sociology a week into the course. But I am still not sure what subject would be best for me to take. Classical civilisation puts me off because there is a lot/if not more book annotations than English literature and also, I've heard sociology is really good for law degrees and I'm thinking of doing law. However classical civilisation is a really well respected subject and I've heard sociology to be a 'soft' subject which worries me. However sociology is good because it's less workload and less essays i guess.
Please please please it would be great if someone could offer me some advice on which subject id be better off taking as a fourth option.
It it makes any difference, sociology or classics will be the one that I drop at AS level
Sociology or classical civilisation as a 4th A-level option?
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