(Original post by irisng)
shambles stop sounding so I dunno - all over the place!
You've got loads of time to think about it and being all panicky about it won't help you at all.
You don't need an A at A-Level to do the subject at uni. One of my English teachers only got a D in Eng Lit at A-Level - granted he went to APU which is not exactly reputable in general - but he's now also our head of sixth form so I'd say he was quite successful! My Biology teacher who comes from Bath and a Masters from Bristol, the PGCE from Cambridge, actually got a C in Biology at A-Level.
If you enjoy German, I say keep it.
And it's ok to not know what you're doing just yet! Heck I still had no idea what I wanted to do even as I had applied! - yeh not a very good idea but I got there in the end - now am off to Nottingham to do Neuroscience, providing I get the grades. But before I had decided I had applied to 5 different science courses!
So you see, it's ok to be a little confused! As long as you got a good PS - which I did, sorta had to cus I had to tweek it so fine to suit all 5 courses! - and good grades - again I had, with AAAC (C in Chem unfortunately) and predicted AAB
- so yeh as long as you got good grades and a good PS - you should be ok! You'll have more ideas as you go along cus before a month or two ago I still wasn't sure what I had really wanted to do - and I had applied back in October! If only I had a few more months for me to think about and see what the sciences are like, I would've known to apply for all Neuroscience!