Third year at college or foundation year?Watch
But I have the option to change 2 of my alevels so I have a better range of academic alevels, but this means I'll have to stay an extra year. However if I choose to do geography degree I don't need to change my alevels and can continue what I'm doing now, but worried that this may effect my future employment that I did quite crap alevels. And if I did want to do science I could do foundation year, what's peoples opinions on foundation years against 3 years at college?
It may also be possible, if you decided after pursuing the scientific angle for a year you would prefer to pursue a more social science/humanities oriented Geography course, to progress to a course in that realm at one of those universities (I can vouch that at Southampton a few each year around the time I did their SFY went into e.g. Business/Management or Social Sciences courses like Politics etc). This would probably be better than spending another year at college/school, and you can get used to the uni environment at the same time. This is probably done on a case by case basis depending on numbers applying for the relevant course(s) in a given year however and may have secondary requirements (like getting a certain mark in one or more of your foundation modules).