Ananya.badithe
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Hello guys,
So I am in year 12 right now doing psychology, maths, English literature and physics.
So far I was confident that I would be able to do all 4 of the subjects but due to all the covid 19 quarantine I am less sure about it. Because we are going to have to pretty much teach ourselves most of the content and English literature is heavy enough now self learning, it's even more crazy.
So, I am sure I want to do psychology and maths, but I am thinking of dropping either physics or english lit. I really physics, it's very fun but I don't think I have ever considered a life long commitment for a career or a degree in that field. On the other hand, English I do enjoy it, but I guess I am scared of how much context there is, but I do see myself going into that field- like into media or something.
At this point, I am crazy confused, like panicked level confused on what to drop. I am most likely to do a psychology degree or something, and physics and English both can be useful for it. Which just makes it even harder to decide what to drop.
I need help.
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(Original post by Ananya.badithe)
Hello guys,
So I am in year 12 right now doing psychology, maths, English literature and physics.
So far I was confident that I would be able to do all 4 of the subjects but due to all the covid 19 quarantine I am less sure about it. Because we are going to have to pretty much teach ourselves most of the content and English literature is heavy enough now self learning, it's even more crazy.
So, I am sure I want to do psychology and maths, but I am thinking of dropping either physics or english lit. I really physics, it's very fun but I don't think I have ever considered a life long commitment for a career or a degree in that field. On the other hand, English I do enjoy it, but I guess I am scared of how much context there is, but I do see myself going into that field- like into media or something.
At this point, I am crazy confused, like panicked level confused on what to drop. I am most likely to do a psychology degree or something, and physics and English both can be useful for it. Which just makes it even harder to decide what to drop.
I need help.
Self teaching is fine as long as you have decent textbooks imo, bit I accept not easy for some.
If you believe you might struggle then just choose the ones that meet entrance criteria (psych rarely has any other than grades) and then do the 3 you can get the highest grades in with least effort.
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(Original post by Ananya.badithe)
Hello guys,
So I am in year 12 right now doing psychology, maths, English literature and physics.
So far I was confident that I would be able to do all 4 of the subjects but due to all the covid 19 quarantine I am less sure about it. Because we are going to have to pretty much teach ourselves most of the content and English literature is heavy enough now self learning, it's even more crazy.
So, I am sure I want to do psychology and maths, but I am thinking of dropping either physics or english lit. I really physics, it's very fun but I don't think I have ever considered a life long commitment for a career or a degree in that field. On the other hand, English I do enjoy it, but I guess I am scared of how much context there is, but I do see myself going into that field- like into media or something.
At this point, I am crazy confused, like panicked level confused on what to drop. I am most likely to do a psychology degree or something, and physics and English both can be useful for it. Which just makes it even harder to decide what to drop.
What texts are you doing for English Lit? We did Dracula, TBC, Frankenstein, Twelfth Night, Christina Rossetti and AIH. I can guide you through the course if you want. I loved English Lit - a god send of a subject!
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