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    I've been putting it off but is it too late to switch psychology to biology? I know it'll be a lot to catch up on but i'm very willing to do that i've just always regretted not keeping it and find psychology so boring
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    (Original post by ryanross)
    I've been putting it off but is it too late to switch psychology to biology? I know it'll be a lot to catch up on but i'm very willing to do that i've just always regretted not keeping it and find psychology so boring
    It's probably ok. Just ask your school.
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    To be honest it's a bit late to switch. I study both psychology and biology, in bio we have already covered 2 entire topics. You would find it hard to catch up and it would be very stressful. I missed 2 lessons and found it hard to get up to scratch.
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    switch as soon as you can. i don't think its late, we're still in the third week of september. plus, you don't want to study something you don't have enthusiasm for/know you won't do good in. its to do with your future too so
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    Ask your school - my schools deadline for changing is 1st october
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    If you want to change then do it as soon as you can (as long as your school lets you). I'm currently studying A2 biology and to be honest the topics go by very quickly at the start of AS so catching up will be challenging but that shouldn't be a reason to put you off from changing if that's what you want. You'll just need to work extra hard to make sure you understand the material of the past topics


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