I'm in year 12 studying AS french, biology, psychology, and maths and when I chose my A levels I thought I had chosen subjects that I was going to really enjoy but I could never really get into biology and now I've realised that I really don't enjoy it and I'm REALLY regretting not taking a different subject.
I'd prefer to do further maths instead since I've realised that I really enjoy maths but it's too late in the school year now to switch subjects. At first I thought that if I stuck with biology and really tried hard I might start to enjoy it but that hasn't happened and now I find myself just waiting for the lesson to end.
I'm really annoyed with myself for not choosing further maths in the first place since I had the right GCSE grade for it, I just didn't believe that I'd be able to do it, and it's really frustrating being stuck with something I really don't want to do, especially when the further maths classes are at the same time as the biology classes.
I've thought about talking to my school but I feel like they'll probably tell me they can't do anything about it. Also, I think the maths teachers might think I'm being a bit stupid as we've just had mocks and my maths grade wasn't that great.
Has anyone got any advice or suggestions?
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- Thread Starter
- 29-02-2016 16:51
- 29-02-2016 16:56
You could just do biology at AS then take another AS (further maths) in your A2 year?