aodanharland
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I've just started college and I am doing sociology, politics and economics. However, economics has a massive work load that I'm not sure I will be able to keep up with. It's early on, so I don't want to change subjects as I may end up enjoying it but at the moment I'm disappointed with what the course has turned out to be like, on top of this, I'm not sure how I feel about my teacher. Is it worth swapping subjects? I was thinking about history, business, biology or chemistry. I'm also worried because I'm currently doing three 'soft' a levels. If I did history or a science it would look more impressive on my application for uni however I'm not sure how I'd cope with history or sciences as they have a reputation of being extremely difficult.
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History and Business is a good idea. Biology and Chemistry would still have a huge workload
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mix it up do
biology chemistry sociology
sociology chemistry politics
politics biology sociology
history biology sociology
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(Original post by aodanharland)
I've just started college and I am doing sociology, politics and economics. However, economics has a massive work load that I'm not sure I will be able to keep up with. It's early on, so I don't want to change subjects as I may end up enjoying it but at the moment I'm disappointed with what the course has turned out to be like, on top of this, I'm not sure how I feel about my teacher. Is it worth swapping subjects? I was thinking about history, business, biology or chemistry. I'm also worried because I'm currently doing three 'soft' a levels. If I did history or a science it would look more impressive on my application for uni however I'm not sure how I'd cope with history or sciences as they have a reputation of being extremely difficult.
I feel like replacing economics with a science would be a good idea since the other 2 are humanities subjects. go for bio as it's easier than chem but that's subjective
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