A level choices - geography/photography/psychologyWatch
I can't decide between geography, psychology or photography for the other two.
I find psychology interesting but don't want to pursue it for a degree. Photography & film is a passion of mine but it's considered a "soft" subject. And i like geography but its a LOT to learn..
If i did psychology i would have to do geography so that i would be doing two 'hard' subjects, which the russell group prefers, or geography and photography.
To be honest, you should go with the subject that you like more, rather than caring whether or not it's a 'facilitating' subject.
Go for the hard subjects. It's a challenge but with higher payoffs. Photography is not only "not hard", its specifically on the list of "very soft" subjects unis particularly dislike.
You could just learn the techniques and what not yourself, create your own portfolio etc if you're really interested in photography?
Good luck with whatever you choose.
what if photography is something i would want to do or include in my future career though?
If you are still unsure about higher education and are thinking of being involved in photography after going to uni, your A level choice won't matter. In that case it's better to do hard subjects and get a good degree from a good uni, and then all doors will be open to you.
Granted this isn't my field of expertise, so look into art and photography schools if that's what you are looking towards.