Are my A-levels competitive enough?Watch
I would strongly recommend dropping drama and taking Maths and keeping Chemistry - I checked the course site and Maths is required? Oxford and Cambridge have a list of preferred A-level subjects, some subjects are considered soft and some are completely ignored (Drama being one of them). Ultimately you have to balance what you want to do for the next 2 years, what you think you can achieve grade-wise and if the short term sacrifice is worth the long term goal (If you don't think the A*AA A2 requirements is attainable then study what you will enjoy more (or the number equivalents now). (Im an Oxford Chem Grad FYI - and dropped Geography to take Maths (something I had not enjoyed at GCSE because of the teacher)).
I agree with the previous replier. If you want to go to Oxford, there will be people applying with all facilitating subjects which are deemed as more useful for a sciences course. Just out of interest, if you want to become an actor, why does the Oxford course appeal to you?
Acting is a risky business to be getting into I want to have a backup because I'm smart and I can have a good non-acting career if I want one but I need a degree first (without trying to sound boastful). Human sciences combines my two favourite subjects, geography and biology. Its not that science heavy tbh and I'm interested in the demography side of the course.