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    Are the A-level choices, Art, RS and Psychology good together? Also are they all very thinking based, will I turn insane and start over thinking?

    I do RS and psychology A-Level. They're very essay based subjects but they're manageable together. I also do geography which is very thinking based too and so far I haven't gone insane from overthinking so I think they're good together but who knows, it's only been one half term.
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    I'm in year 13 and did psychology and RS (dropped RS this year) alongside biology and chemistry.

    They are both very content based topics making revision quite heavy however they are very interesting subjects! As for what I know about art from my partner who takes it, it is a lot of work! It'll be a break from the thinking of the other two however and involves a different, more creative approach.

    As to whether they're good together is based on what you'd like to do in the future! If you want to do a specific course at university, check their websites and entry requirements to make sure your choices let you do what you want.

    I took psychology and art and have some friends who took RS. Would recommend them all as very interesting. Just a tip, some universities/courses do not include art as a subject when looking at grades as they prefer more "traditional" subjects so just check that if you have a rough idea of what you may apply for at uni in the future
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