I just got my final statement of decisions from UCAS. I have pretty much decided I was going to accept York as my final offer. The thing is, its to study mathematics, and I can't think of a single job I would like to do that involves maths. In fact, its not like I love maths or anything I'm just doing it because I'm good-ish at it. I don't want to do maths anymore, but I don't want to do a gap year because its not as if I could go and do some work experience because I can't think of a job that I would really want to do!
Do you think I should cancel my application, repeat the year and do completely different A-levels and go do a degree in English (which I actually prefer, I just wish I would have done it when I began my A-levels), or just do a maths degree, which I don't exactly mind I just don't love either? Bearing in mind I would waste a year if I did have a gap year.