How do you decide what you want to study at university? Watch
I had this issue deciding between Acting and Musical Theatre. In the end, the way i decided on acting was i thought about where i wanna be and what i wanna be doing in 5 years. I think that really helps. think about that, cos no one can tell you what to do, but where you wanna be and the area that you really enjoy is two really important things to consider
This is the course at Bristol who ask for your grades and you meet the subject requirements too.
Also, if absolutely necessary there is the possibility of changing course if you pick something then don't enjoy it, but I think once you have made a decision and get stuck into something it will be great. You can always pursue other interests relating to your subjects outside of uni too. Have a research online/the forums on here/asking various people and hopefully when the time comes around that you have to apply, you will feel more ready!
I've applied for Liberal Arts to start in 2020 and received offers from Bristol, King's and Exeter. Although I have not yet started my course, what I can tell you is that Liberal Arts is definitely an interdisciplinary degree that allows you to explore different aspects in every subjects. I decided to apply for this course because I love History but then again I'm also drawn to Psychology, so Liberal Arts was perfect for me in the sense that I get to construct what I learn over the years rather than focusing only on one subject. With this degree, you have around 10 subjects to study and you would have your major and minor and sub topics (this is different for different unis), and even though the offered subjects varies, often it consists of History, History of Art, Sociology, Psychology, English Literature, Film Studies ect. Look at the uni websites for more information, obviously I'm speaking in a general term. Hope this helped!