In my GCSEs, I got A stars in English Literature, History, French and RE. My year was marked really harshly for drama and overall, I got a B for it. It's been my dream to act since I was little but I definitely think it's worthwhile keeping my options open. I want to take English Literature, History and Drama but it seems like the rest of my friends are letting go of creative subjects to get more serious and I'm being judged for taking drama. Originally, I wanted to do RE instead but I loved drama so much that I couldn't let it go. Now that I have these results, I thought that maybe doing three subjects with A stars in would be better? Would it give me more of a chance at getting into a top university? Or should I follow what I really want to do?
I dont know what to choose for A-Level. Watch
- Thread Starter
- 26-08-2016 01:44
- 26-08-2016 06:07
Your best off doing the subjects that you want to do. If you get an A at AS Drama, that will basically wipe out the B at GCSE (which is perfectly good anyway). You would have two facilitating subjects and one creative subject, so I'm sure Drama would be a fine option.