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    I've just started year 12 and due to a levels becoming linear i have to take 3 and I have chosen Geography, biology and media But ever since I picked them I've not been sure about media I took it at GCSE and loved it! Although i'm not as good as it compared to my more academic subjects despite working hard throughout years 10 and 11. Which is why I'm thinking of changing it to psycology which would definitely be more useful but I don't know if i would be able to handle the work load with my other subjects as I would have to take the exams in year 13. So i'm looking for advice, has anyone done a level psychology? What was it like? Will media close lots of doors for Uni?
    Also I got a few As and mostly Bs at GCSE
    Thank you!

    Don't underestimate the workload for media, especially the coursework (if you still do any?) because it will make you want to pull your hair out. Can't speak for Psychology though...

    I do both and media is easier , just make sure you get a good group to work with when filming

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