I'm stuck in picking my A levels, I want to go to a Russell group university but I'm scared that if I don't pick more than one facilitating subject they won't accept me compared to someone with two facilitating subjects. I'm not sure what I want to do, probably political economy at Kings where you need 3As and no specific subject. I got nothing less than an A in GCSE but I'm scared I will struggle at A levels as everyone is saying the jump is very big and I might not achieve the grades I can get, so I'm doing either biology, politics and history OR sociology politics and history, I will enjoy the sociolgoy option much more but it's a soft subject, so will it be looked down on and close doors for me in the future? Will univeristies look down upon someone with easier A levels? Is it better to have AAA with softer subjects or ABB/AAB with harder, facilitating subjects? I'm opened to any suggestions
A level biology or sociolgoy?
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