Are my A levels soft

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I take psychology, history, Re and politics at the moment but I am thinking of dropping politics. I don’t enjoy it as much but I do love all of my subjects, however I have no idea what to do in university so isn’t taking politics going to help me with my options, although it will likely be Law. I do feel like if I did drop one of my subjects I would be better at the rest. Are my a levels soft? from what I know its 2 harder a levels (re and history) and two softer a levels (psychology nd politics) but I have no idea what to do.
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I wouldn’t say so! History is really respected and I don’t think RE or psychology are facilitating but that doesn’t mean they’re ‘soft’ at all. The only way psychology would be considered soft is as a science I think.
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I wouldn’t say so! History is really respected and I don’t think RE or psychology are facilitating but that doesn’t mean they’re ‘soft’ at all. The only way psychology would be considered soft is as a science I think.
thank you so much. yeah im just kinda using psychology as another essay based subject rather than anything else nd purely because i enjoy it. Do you think its worth me dropping politics then?
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There's no such thing as "soft" a levels but IMO your A-levels are good as long as you enjoy them.
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Your a-levels are all good. I would drop politics if you enjoy it the least- unis only want three a-levels so you may as well get the highest grades you possibly can at those three a-levels. Law has no specific subject requirements, and politics does not need politics at a-level so you're not narrowing down your options
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