Ok, I need to decide what to do next year. This year, for AS I'm doing English, Spanish, Psychology and Drama. I know I definitely want to carry Drama over next year because I feel like it's something I'm quite likely to want to do at uni. But I'm stuck at what to drop. I love psychology, and can't wait to know more about it, especially at A2, but I think it's the least likely that I'll want to do a degree in. English is hard work, but it's always been my best subject, so I'd like to carry it through.
And Spanish... I lived in Spain for a large portion of my life and just moved back to England for A levels. I don't speak fluent, perfect Spanish, but the way it's taught is insufferable. It drives me insane, it's all just to pass the exam, when I want to learn to speak the language! So with fluency as my main goal in Spanish, I was wondering if I should drop it. However, that means I wouldn't be able to to a degree in it, and would miss out on the year abroad there. I personally don't think I can stand another year of the way they're teaching me Spanish! But I don't want to miss out on a good opportunity if my Spanish would benefit from doing it at uni. I have considered doing Spanish A level as an external candidate, and attempt it on my own, but I have no idea how I would go about that!!
I don't know about Psychology and Spanish, but i would definitely keep English, because it will help you with coursework. you have to decide whether you can carry on with a subject you dont particularly like.
I really think it's a straight choice between English and Spanish.
It really depends on how serious you are about spending a year abroad there.
To be honest, I think you should continue English and maybe learn Spanish outside of school, say get one of those CD things or get a tutor. I'm sure you could still do a Spanish year abroad if you knew the language very well. If you can't do Spanish without the A Level, my baddd.
Hope this helps
oh and by the way you actually need English for most universities to study drama...
Why don't you do all of them?