Im stuck between English and History, after these January results, i really don't know, I got really poor grades in history when i really enjoy and got A* at GCSE, but i was originally going to drop english but i got an A in Jan mods and an A in coursework. I;m really stuck at the moment.
I dropped law after I completed my AS, I didn't do as well as I'd like (C) and I didn't enjoy it.
probably critical thinking cos i just cba and maybe physics. Depends on my AS results
Further maths, it's pretty hard, and dropping it halves my lesson time (since i dont have to go to normal maths lessons now ive finished that)
History, got an E in the mock and the teachers are rubbish. We haven't been set a single essay yet this year...
Dropped chemistry last year. There was far too much to remember compared to Physics or Maths, and it was not as fun as French or Music! Oh, and I was 1/3% away from an A in the AS, so I may have dropped it out of sheer annoyance!
History probably unless the teachers get their act together and start setting us essays... in the mocks nobody got higher than a C.
I think I'm going to drop Latin. I don't know why. It's not like it's boring or pointless or makes me want to stab my teachers or anything. Oh no. I love Latin.
I dropped Chemistry because it was my only C (even though my exam grades were better than some other subjects, AB) I hated the coursework and didn't want to do anymore, and the teacher was pants.
It was between that and English.
Philosophy. It is interesting from time to time, but I see no point in taking it to A2.
We're not allowed to drop any of the four subjects we're doing this year at my school unless we fail the subject. If I could, I'd drop Computing. I really can't imagine myself doing it next year and I really want to focus on Biology, Chemistry, and Maths (esp. the Chemistry) since I want to apply to do medicine at uni next year.