Should I drop physics to do A-Level psychology in one year? Watch

louis_theo
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I am looking to do medicine and since I've found that I do not need physics a level I want to know if dropping physics now and doing psychology will make my life easier or harder?

Ive just finished year 12 and going into yr 13.

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first what are all the subjects you're doing for a level?
Did you just do 4 AS's? If you're struggling with A level physics it might be a good idea to pick psychology up if you can but it will be a lot of work! To get an A in A level physics is a lot of hard work too but not impossible, especially if you did well in AS .
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A level psychology has a lot of content, I wouldn’t suggest doing it in a year as it involves memorising researches, dates, criticisms, strengths and answer structures. It took up all my time and I had to spend less time on my other subjects. If you have a good memory and are prepared to work hard then it may be possiable
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