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I thought I had all my A-levels sorted (French, biology, English lit and psychology) but since I've started revising I'm worried that I've chosen the wrong things.

Firstly I'm worried that psychology won't be seen as a 'good' choice, and secondly I'm worried that English lit will take the fun out of reading and that I'll fail to remember quotes. Atm I'm finding it really easy to remember RE quotes but really difficult to remember English quotes.

Does English lit involve a lot of this at A-level? Do you think i should swap one of them for history? (my predicted grades are all a* so it's less a question of which I'm best at)

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