Hello, I have recently chosen my A levels, but now I am having doubts.
Originally I had picked History,Politics and Moving Image Arts, but I don't know if I should go for RE or Psychology as my 4th A level. Initially I was excited for Psychology, as I was considering Psychology or Law for uni and I thought that it would show me if I would enjoy it at uni, but now I'm having doubts as uni's don't consider it as a 'proper' A level.
The ethics part of RE is also something I have enjoyed at GCSE, as I like opinion based questions and I'm very interested in Philosophy, however I don't know if it goes well with other subjects.
Has anyone else done either of these subjects, and if so what grades did you get and did you enjoy it?
RE or Psychology A level? Watch
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- 06-05-2016 21:13
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- 08-05-2016 22:30
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- 09-05-2016 03:34
I do psychology at first I thought 'woah' bc there was a lot of content to learn but it's so interesting that I'm willing to put in that extra effort. It is still a respected subject, though R.E is more respected, and if you truly want to do it - do it!