Stress about A-Levels I’m takingWatch
I received a grade 8 in GCSE maths this year and so I searched up how hard further maths is and it said it was the hardest A-Level, had intense content and an immense workload which also kinda scares me because I don’t know if I’ll pass it.
Could anyone please give me advice on what the hell im supposed to do because I want to drop one A-Level (considering psychology) but then I’m scared the combination maths, further maths and economics will be way too hard.
I would recommend dropping psychology (as you don't like it so much, and as it isn't objectively 'easy') however I have heard that further maths has quite a jump into year 13- people sometimes drop it at the end of year 13. Again, doesn't mean it will be too hard for you, but you ideally should have 3 A-levels in year 13 in order to get to uni unless you apply to a lower one which goes on UCAS points not grades as you could get in there if you aced two. So maybe explore with your teacher how you both think you would find A2 further maths or swap psychology to something you like more if you really want to get rid of it so you could do four AS and drop further maths? Just ideas. I hope this helps