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    Hey guys! I am about to change from psychology to RS/Sociology as I found psychology too hard (not being able to balance time with other subjects I am taking at the moment). I just found that too much was being covered in a short period of time in psychology and I can change it to RS or Sociology.

    Which one should I pick and some reasons please, I am not that great with essays but I need the 'easiest' option that I can pick as I don't really care about my 3rd a level option as long as I get an A in it.
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    Hey guys! I am about to change from psychology to RS/Sociology as I found psychology too hard (not being able to balance time with other subjects I am taking at the moment). I just found that too much was being covered in a short period of time in psychology and I can change it to RS or Sociology.

    Which one should I pick and some reasons please, I am not that great with essays but I need the 'easiest' option that I can pick as I don't really care about my 3rd a level option as long as I get an A in it.
    Don't think either choice is an easy option if you don't like essay subjects to be honest. Times have changed since I did my A levels two years ago - but I did both of these along with psychology and English lit/lang (I prefer essay subjects as you can tell lol). I got a better grade in sociology but it has/had the biggest content to cover, which may be something to consider if you struggled with psychology.

    Maybe you should look through the course spec and go with the one that interests you the most.

    Good luck
 
 
 
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