I wanted to know whether this is possible or not: currently I'm taking English Literature, but I'm finding it hard. I'm on the A/B borderline currently, but I have an offer from Oxford (AAA) which I can't afford to miss, and I think the chance of missing it is too high for me to be comfortable with. I got a B at AS after being predicted a high A all year -- I have no idea what happened, and I'm incredibly anxious that it may happen again, even with an extra year of practice after AS.
I know it's very, very late in the game now, but I'm thinking of switching English out for another (easier) subject, e.g. sociology. Has anyone done this before? Am I insane for even considering it?
Any help at all would be much appreciated.
Full A-level in 3 months?! Watch
- Thread Starter
- 20-01-2017 22:57
- 21-01-2017 01:51
Just a side note, I don't do Sociology or Literature but in my opinion, Oxford gave you an offer of AAA for the three subjects that you're currently doing. What's done is done. I don't see how your subjects can change as your UCAS application has been sent to your universities, Oxford already have given you an offer so there's no turning back to withdraw and change your application. You're on an A/B borderline which is not bad, you can definitely improve in 3 months.
Also, I don't think any A Level is doable in 3 months when you're juggling with 2 other A Levels. It may be possible but that would require intense commitment and hard work to cover everything plus the past papers which is just ridiculous stress and don't forget that you must achieve A's in your two other A Levels.Last edited by ManLike007; 21-01-2017 at 01:54.