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I'm currently studying A-Level Media studies, Film studies, and Level 3 BTEC IT. I got a B in Media, a B in Film studies and a distinction in IT (I get another grade next year). I was thinking of dropping film studies because i feel a fourth subject may be harder to handle in my second year of A-Levels. I also feel that I don't enjoy Film studies that much.

Would it be wise to drop film studies?
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I would, particularly if you do not enjoy and you do not need them for Uni
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(Original post by Leonidas.G)
I'm currently studying A-Level Media studies, Film studies, and Level 3 BTEC IT. I got a B in Media, a B in Film studies and a distinction in IT (I get another grade next year). I was thinking of dropping film studies because i feel a fourth subject may be harder to handle in my second year of A-Levels. I also feel that I don't enjoy Film studies that much.

Would it be wise to drop film studies?
TBH, if you don't need it for uni and don't absolutely love it and are prepared to commit to it and make sure it doesn't get in the way of your offer subject grades, then it seems pretty pointless to me.
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