#1
Hello UG.

At my current 6th form, I am taking Music, English Literature, Philosophy & Ethics and Computing.

After about 2 lessons, the horror dawned on me that Computing, is in fact, ball bustingly boring, and requires far more Mathematics than I can be bothered to apply (I received an A grade at GCSE, I just hate it.)

Seeing as the year has actually already started, my options for a change of subject are very limited:

- Media Studies (not on your life)
- French (not on your life)
- Government & Politics

So in short, I can either put up with a subject I don't give the smallest sh*t about or change to G&P. However, changing would make me a very Humanities based student, while without changing I'd have a rather varied range of subjects.

TL;DR : Should I change Computing to Government & Politics and become a very humanities based student?
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#2
Yes. If you got a decent ICT grade at GCSE you don't need computing.
#4
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!

Never Politics.

You cannot imagine how boring it is, no matter how interested you are in the differences between elitiesm, marxism and pluralism, you will still die of boredom. I almost failed my compulsory 1007PPP class at uni from sheer boredom.

I say put up with the computing subject, I had to do two of those as well, and though they involve gay amounts of maths, they have at least some intriguing substance.

Also, may I ask what is the deal with hating media studies?
This water's dark and coldGod's not where you hopedThis moment come and goneIt's time we all moved on
#5
from what ive heard G&P is quite good
a bit boring, but interesting
i think if you've got any remote interest in that subject take it
and theres quite a few trips i think
#6
Quote by Shredder XXX

Also, may I ask what is the deal with hating media studies?


Sitting watching television and films for an A level?
Hardly a taxing subject if you ask me.

Also, my elder sister took it and she is almost a waste of life. A wastegash, if you will.

Quote by Ragen
Yes. If you got a decent ICT grade at GCSE you don't need computing.


I got an A at GCSE.

Quote by PRS Eddie
Is it not your life?


Yes, but I have no idea in what direction it's headed.
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