Stuck between deciding my third A Level Subject

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    I'm an A2 student, aspiring to study Medicine at Uni.

    I'm studying Maths, Biology and chemistry at A2 at the moment.

    But I'm not sure whether to do maths or psychology at A2.

    I got just about enough UMS on AS maths for an A, so I got lucky.

    For Psychology, I got 5 raw marks above the necessary score for an A

    So I got A's on both of them.

    Has anyone got any tips on which to go with? I can't decide.

    I do AQA for both, Maths is modular though.

    Perhaps someone who's done both?

    A2 Maths seems like it gets so much more difficult in comparison to AS. Although, memorising 2 years worth of content, essays, etc. for psychology is a lot and may be risky - perhaps i forget some of the content? IDK.

    Has anyone does Psych A Level and can comment on whether memorising 2 years worth is manageable?

    Any advice?

    Kind regards

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