I would love to do veterinary medicine, when im older however i have to do chemistry and biology a level which i became at peace with and was certain i could get through it. However looking at Universities most of them want either a maths or physics a level also. I had my heart set on doing psychology as im interested in that so and based on experience i excel at things i enjoy. I dont do well in maths so im going to have to take Physics however the added stress of 3 sciences is hard to bear.
So i may either choose to do all 4 subjects but that leaves the thought of what to drop after one year. Or do i save myself the stress by leaving physics out. I know chemistry is the hardest but i had my heart set on biology,chemistry and psychology. Now i may have to drop psychology after 1 year.
Sorry this was long but im only 15 and i feel so stressed my GCSEs are less than 4 months away and the deadline for my sixth form application is in 2 days.
So do i spare myself the stress and kiss my dream job goodbye or do i choose to grit my teeth and get through it by dropping what was (probably) my favourite class ,psychology, in the 2nd year.
I need actual advice not some teachers talking to me about what is best on a uni application and not giving a damn about my stress levels. My dad wants me to do buisiness,economics, maths and politics at A level (havent broken the news to him yet that i would rather sit in a hole and wait to die) and my mum doesnt believe i can deal with the stress. So parental advice is out of the question.
Please talk to me, im freaking out.
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- Thread Starter
- 25-01-2017 21:08
- 25-01-2017 21:35
Most vet med school so only ask for biology and chemistry, where did you look? You're likely to perform poorly at physics if you're bad at maths as the A Level is just applied maths
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