Hi. I started college in September 14. The subjects I am taking at college are English Language, Health and Social, Travel and Tourism and Photography. I came to college to mostly do English Language and Health and Social and have Travel and Tourism and Photography as side subjects as there were no other subjects which interested me and I thought if I take them then I can probably get the majority of UCAS points out of them (I will drop travel and tourism or photography at the end of AS) and work the hardest in English and health and social. I have looked online about travel and tourism and photography and it says that they are not good A-Levels and I am worried that they will stop my from getting into university as I have read that they are risky subjects. Is this true?
I think Health and Social Care, Travel and Tourism, and Photography are all seen as 'weak' subjects. However, you will still be able to get into some unis with these subjects
It's true that you have no facilitating subjects. But, how much this matters depends on what you want to do.
English Lit/English may be tricky to get into some universities, but you should be fine for Creative Writing or similar. You could also get into arts courses with Photography, and nursing-type courses with Health and Social Care.