Like urgent, mind numbing help.
Okay so remember when I said I wanted to move to France and become a travel journalist and whatnot? Well, it turns out that I have to make that decision now.
The company which I want to go with for my A Level studies needs my application by September. That gives me less than a handful of days to decide my WHOLE future (basically). And I'm panicking.
I already know that I want to take business studies, but will one A Level be enough to equip me for my whole life? If I take one course, spend five hours a day studying, have to reach the quota of 700 hours, it would take me 140 days to complete it. This would give me 220 days of free time and only one A Level.
Another option is to also go for another course, but which one? I've narrowed it down to four - English, English literature, psychology and sociology.
Psychology is the study of human behaviour, right? It's not about the human brain and how neurones interract to form said bevaviour??
Sociology is the study of politics and the government and how our MP is an ass, not about how the economy functions, yes??
And then if I want to learn to write properly, wouldn't that just be the English A Level, instead of studying literature??
If I choose this, I only get 80 days of holiday.
Guys, I'm in serious need of help. Do I stick with one course? Or two?? Is two even enough?! And then what should I go for??
Oh, and sorry for rambling, but my life is in jeopardy, so uh, if you can help it would be much obliged.
CAN YOU NOT HEAR MY PANIC?!?!