So basically, I have offers to study psychology at Newcastle and York but I’m still waiting for a reply for Durham. Recently I’ve became increasingly worried about the employment prospects available to me as a psychology grad and I am considering contacting Newcastle and York to switch my degree to law because I also love my law A level. I’ve talked to my tutor and she said they’ll be likely to accept. So my dilemma is this: if im accepted at Durham I won’t be able to switch to law due to the LNAT, I’d have to take a gap year but that’s a big no for me, but I rly like Durham and it’s a good uni so maybe I’ll still do ok if I get accepted there even with a psychology degree. However I can’t decide between doing law at Newcastle, law at York, or psychology at Durham. Here are the pros and cons I’ve come up with so far: Durham- pros: I can commute via car because I live close by, therefore saving a lot of money which is important to me. A degree from Durham is very well respected. Psychology is a versatile degree so I may have options by the end of it. Cons: the employment and salary prospects aren’t as good as a law degree from Newcastle or York. York- pros: employment prospects are excellent for a law degree there, compared to the other two. Cons: I’d have to live there. Very expensive place to live. Accommodation doesn’t look that great, and it’s quite late on so may not be able to get one with an en suite (very important to me), overall financially worrying. Newcastle- pros: can commute via either train or car, employment prospects are ok, best friend is going there as well. Cons: not as respected as the other two, employment prospects are better at York. I know this is an essay but I feel paralysed, I can’t make a decision.