I do both Religious Studies and Sociology!
Sociology I would say is probably the easiest one for me and it’s very interesting. There is a lot of writing and independent work but I love it. In Year 12 we did Education for the one part of the course and family for the other half. This year in Year 13 we are doing crime and beliefs and I think it’s definitely more interesting than last year.
Religious Studies is my favourite subject but the one that stresses me more because of the exams as in each paper you have to write 3 40 marks essays. However it is so interesting!
Last year we did Ancient Greek Philosophy, Mind body and soul, arguments for the existence of God, and the problem of evil for the Philosophy section. For the Ethics section we did Natural Law, Kantian Ethics, Situation Ethics, Utilitarianism, and Euthanasia. This year so far we’ve done the Nature of God and religious language in Philosophy and Metaethics, Business Ethics and sexual ethics in Ethics. We also do Christian Development which is the third paper in the exams (Augustine, Jesus etc)
You have to do a lot of reading and write a lot but you learn so many things that you can apply in your everyday life so it’s definitely worth it.
As you have chosen Maths I think Religious Studies would be the best choice for you (2 students in my RS class do maths)
You could also try and do 4 a levels maybe? to see which one is best for you and then drop one
Hope this helps!