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    Basically i always wanted to study psychology as fourth a level but the course was full but i was given a space last week so i took it, meaning i dropped business studies. However in psychology i am really behind by 4 weeks so there is a lot of work and memorising i need to do but in business i found it easy and fun. So i am in a big dilemma as i have until tomoz to make a choice as the deadline is Friday. Also it means my math class changed and i dont know anyone from their so it was really awkward and i was comfortable in my old math class. I just need advice on whether i should take psychology and im not really bothered if it i respected im just concerned on which one has less workload as i am doing bio,chem and maths and gonna drop fourth a level.
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    (Original post by officialzak_2001)
    Basically i always wanted to study psychology as fourth a level but the course was full but i was given a space last week so i took it, meaning i dropped business studies. However in psychology i am really behind by 4 weeks so there is a lot of work and memorising i need to do but in business i found it easy and fun. So i am in a big dilemma as i have until tomoz to make a choice as the deadline is Friday. Also it means my math class changed and i dont know anyone from their so it was really awkward and i was comfortable in my old math class. I just need advice on whether i should take psychology and im not really bothered if it i respected im just concerned on which one has less workload as i am doing bio,chem and maths and gonna drop fourth a level.
    Hello ! do what feels right , if you enjoy business then go for it - you have to want to learn about it . What topic in psychology are you behind on ?
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    Will psychology help you with your plans after college ? It is a lot of work and a load to remember . If you don’t need it for any particular reason then you should go with business if you liked it
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    truthfully, if you wanted to think objectively about this, i would say definitely choose business as long as you don't require psychology a-level for any university courses or university places, because psychology a-level is a ton of work. i had to neglect my other subjects heavily to focus on memorising the amount of content there is. if psychology is something your mind enjoys just out of interest, you can always watch documentaries or even just read about the studies in your free time.
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