Loads of people I knew took Sociology or Psychology AS levels when they started college, because they were subjects not studied before and seemed new, cool and trendy.
You do realize that the maths you did prepared you for the mindset and got you to think logically right?
Lol. Nice post. I personally am not doing a MM subject, nor did i do unusual subjects at alvls, but i know plenty of people that have, and yea I sometimes look at them and say, god, what they are learning seems to have a lot more application that what im doing atm. Ie, im studying genomes of bacteria... they are studying how a certain dress style can portray a certain mood.
Your course on poker sounds cool. I read something about a pet psychology course in the states (those guys make millions) which i thought was kinda cool.
OK... now I know what a mickey mouse subject is.
edit: understand your post now... took a while, for all those still stuck he's basically asking what do you think mickey mouse subjects are and do you do any
@OP: I think everything on the oxbridge blacklist is mickey mouse, and no i dont do any
Why all the confusion! I thought this was a common term?!?
You can get a degree in television: 40 UCAS points required.
But I bet it's still a bit tricky.
People seem to have wandered into this thread without actually seeing that it's in the Discussion forum... hence, he wasnt answering his own question, he was merely stating some info and asking people to discuss. And yes, I also thought it was a common term, and it also seems more and more common to take one, especially here and in the US