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    I chose Maths, Physics, Electronics and Photography Alevels and have pretty much time to change it. Photography is the 4th choice so I'll drop it for next year. I chose it because I couldn't find Design and Technology in college. Also, I will be doing a weekend job so I want to do an easy A level. I thought Photography Alevel is easy and helps my hobby and creativity.

    Should I do it? Is it easy? will I have time to revise? any advise? Pleasae take ur time to answer. Thank you. (BTW, its my first question ever on this forum so I dont know to use this thing yet)

    It may weigh you down because it's a soft subject, and it makes you look like you don't take studies seriously. It depends on how competitive the university you are applying to is- if you're not aiming too high its fine I guess. But if you want to land a good place you should take up a hard subject, and prioritize it over the weekend job (the university doesnt care) because in reality electronics is also a non-traditional soft subject.
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