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    I am currently in my second year at College and have chosen to do English Lit, Classics and Fine Art. However Lit and Classics are causing me a mass amount of anxiety and stress which I am unsure of how to deal with. My thought process is if I drop out then I can get a job and in my free time work on my passions of art and writing. I am unsure of how my parents will react but I will get their opinion on it. I have got a offer at a Art College which I only need one A-Level which would be my art. So another option is to drop both Classics and English Lit and just do Fine Art. I don't know if I would be able to do this or not. But I am open to any opinions on what I can do.
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    (Original post by KatMhairi)
    I am currently in my second year at College and have chosen to do English Lit, Classics and Fine Art. However Lit and Classics are causing me a mass amount of anxiety and stress which I am unsure of how to deal with. My thought process is if I drop out then I can get a job and in my free time work on my passions of art and writing. I am unsure of how my parents will react but I will get their opinion on it. I have got a offer at a Art College which I only need one A-Level which would be my art. So another option is to drop both Classics and English Lit and just do Fine Art. I don't know if I would be able to do this or not. But I am open to any opinions on what I can do.
    Why not tough it out and learn something about yourself in the process?
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    It is probably best to continue all of them as its soon to your exams and it provides a alternative for later life
 
 
 
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