I've started a psychology a-level, but i'm really not liking it. The only other thing in the option block i'd consider is media, but is this too 'soft' so a waste of time? my other three i'll do for a level (not just as!)are geography, sociology and RS! so should I do a year in media, potentially enjoy but know i'll have to drop it to g to a good uni, or do psychology, struggle but have an option I could continue to in my 2nd year to apply to a good uni with?!
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- 09-09-2016 12:56
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- 11-09-2016 14:10
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- 11-09-2016 14:15
psychology is a much better fit with your other subjects and much more respected by universities, but follow your gut feeling!
- 11-09-2016 14:19
I personally think do what you like. Or try something new, if you think it can't get worse than this change subject.
But if your enjoying it and its considered a "soft" subject, carry on. Its only a phase of your life, do something you love. Don't waste your time for an A-level your never going to use.
- 11-09-2016 14:23
If you want to do media studies then do it, as long as you get a good grade in it then it won't matter much. You don't need to do "hard" subjects to do well in life