Well, it's been about two weeks into my A-Level and I have been enjoying my subjects… EXCEPT FOR HISTORY! Guys, I am so stressed. I barely understand anything, and when I say anything I mean it. To put it into a percentage out of the 100% of class work, I only understand about 20-30%. History is making me hate school and to be honest I don't even want to go to school anymore. No one understands me, in class I am the only who doesn't understand anything while everyone else is answering the questions. I spoke to my teacher and he said I "shouldn't worry" because I "will understand soon." But that's not the case.
The more lessons I have the bigger the gap is of how back I am. I just don't know what to do. I really like History but now I'm thinking was it the best choice to choose it for my A-Levels? I was thinking of dropping it and choosing another subject (maybe Law) but I honestly don't know because I would be sad with dropping the subject but I don't want to FAIL. Ughhh, do you understand where I'm coming from? Also, we have already done A LOT in my class so another issue is if I do happen to move, I will be behind again. I spoke to my friend and she told me she's the same but she's not (at all actually). We had group work to do and had to feedback to the class and my team/group mates answered the questions while I sat there miserably unable to answer. I just felt like crap.
I was thinking of getting tutoring. Does anyone know any? Around East London. I would really appreciate it.
Struggling with A-Level History!
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