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    I have realised I may be taking on too much with the amount of essay writing in psychology and English. The amount of revision in biology would also be quite time consuming. The fourth A level I chose was geography, though I want to take History of Art as well, as a fifth subject I may not cope with the work load, so which should I choose as a fourth A Level, Geography or History of Art?
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    It depends on what you'd like to do after you've finished your A-Levels. What are you thinking of doing?
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    Psychology degree, which I hope could lead me to a career as a forensic or criminal psychologist.
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    Please I need serious help!


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    (Original post by SEanYY)
    Please I need serious help!


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    You're right in thinking that 4 AS levels will be a lot less pressurizing and taking either History of Art or Geography will contribute to a good university application. Both subjects are very respected and involve essay-writing (from what I know of) and therefore, you'd be best off picking the subject you feel you'll enjoy the most and get the best grade in, as Psychology is a very competitive degree Take a look at each syllabus of the corresponding examining body and see which one intrigues you more - remember, enjoying the A-Level is key in succeeding in it.
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    Thank you, I have been panicking about it for some time now.


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