Was wondering recently, if i were to drop an A-Level for next year, would this in any way affect my chances of getting into a good university? or do they accept 3 A-Levels much the same as they would with 4?
Though before giving a straight-forward response, my case is slightly different. In that the subject being dropped would either be Media or Latin. Thus, accepting that media isn't highly thought of, if dropped would it make much difference? and on the same note, would dropping Latin be detrimental?
I say this as i have recently read an article saying uni's prefer you to have at least 2 traditional subjects.. if i dropped Latin i would only have English in this category.. perhaps dwindling my chances?? the only thing making me consider dropping it in the first place is that i fear i may get bogged down in a swamp of work, proving hard to cope with...
So.. any suggestions?
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Last edited by IngensPolyspaston; 31-03-2011 at 20:01.
- 31-03-2011 19:55
- 31-03-2011 21:33
Dropping 1 is fine, from the sound of it media would be the one but you may want it and be doing very well or need it for something so I can't decide ultimately, maybe talk to your teachers or something about it?