I currently go to a sixth form where i do not enjoy the atmosphere and some of subjects i do. The subjects i do are maths, DT and ICT. I used to enjoy them in GCSE however, i no longer enjoy them. I want to read mathematics at a top university but i do not do further maths. So i wish to move to another college and do FM, maths and economics regardless of the grades i get in AS. This has been stressing me out for a while now and i just cant get it out of my mind, would this be a stupid choice?
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- Thread Starter
- 30-10-2017 19:15
- Community Assistant
- 30-10-2017 19:25
It would not be a 'stupid choice' to move college and start over however you just have to weigh up the pros and cons. You'd be able to read mathematics at university with your current A Levels since FM isn't a requirement, but it is often preferred (plus ICT is slowly becoming a lesser regarded subject.) I presume you've left it far too late to be able to switch 2 subjects at your current college plus not liking the atmosphere isn't great either. The main disadvantage of this choice however would be that you're putting yourself back a year yet still have to stick this year out due to being legally required to stay in education. The only thing you can take forward to next year would be what you learned in maths.
In the end your final decision is down to you and no one here can tell you exactly what to do as it's a tough one.
Sorry I cannot be much more help and I hope you get someone wiser than me giving you advice.
Edit: Forgot to tag so RedslayedLast edited by EmilySarah00; 30-10-2017 at 20:04.