Should I take 5 A-levels × ﹏ ×Watch
Hey I'm currently in Year 12 studying Maths, Biology, Physics, Further Maths and Computer Science. I picked all 5 because I genuinely love them all (except Maths and Further Maths, but annoyingly it's one of my strengths and essential for my desired course). It's my dream to study Computer Science at Oxbridge or Imperial.After 2 weeks, (I know, I know) I am already reconsidering. I would really appreciate some advice as to what I should do. I'm deciding between dropping a subject or pushing my piano exam to the year after in order to conserve my health :^) Would my UCAS application be better with 4 A-levels and grade 8 piano or 5 A-levels and grade 7 piano? (assuming they were roughly the same grades)If I should drop a subject, should I drop Computer Science or Biology? I know Biology is not necessarily useful for my application but I love it so much and having skimmed through the Computer Science A-level course, it looks a lot like the GCSE course but just more in-depth.Please help (╥_╥) my schedule is already looking pretty sad and some of my extra-curriculars haven't even started up yet. I haven't played Valorant in weeks.
i think you should push your piano exam as you going to be overwelmed with all the work and you want to do well with your a-levels as well as your piano exam
im in yr 12 aswell so my advice wont be as good as what others will say
The 5th grade is pretty much useless!
I would advise dropping Computer Science if you really enjoy Biology because you won't be able to cope if you don't love the subjects you're doing, especially because you're also planning on doing piano grades alongside extra-curricular. There really is no point in doing 5 A Levels.