Basically, I'm in year 12 (6th form) and an currently studying Art, English, History and Geography for A-Level. When I go into year 13, I drop one of these subjects and then carry on doing 3 A-Levels (because the work load gets pretty heavy). Meaning, I'd have 4 AS-Levels and 3 A-Levels (not including General Studies). This is what would normally happen. When I chose these subjects, I had no idea what I wanted to do at uni or in later life, I just picked the subjects that I got high grades in in GCSE. Now, I've pretty sure (about 95% sure) that I want to go to an Art uni in Central London, and I have one particular one I'm really interested in. I LOVE art and photography (even though I didn't take this subject) and believe that I have a natural ability therefore I want to go down that pathway.... Soooo here's my question.... The uni that I'm intrested in says nothing about ucas points (I don't think that many art unis want ucas points for some reason) but wants at least 2 A-Levels and some academic GCSE's (But it may be difficult to get into due to high demand, I say this as it's in Central London and it's quite a good art uni). I want to study Fine Art at uni, just to let you know, and I'd have to do a foundation course in Art and Design first, before I start a degree. The course explore all media (e.g. painting, photography, screening, graphics etc. So, should I do the normal (as described in the top paragraph) and drop one subject, or should I drop 2 subjects (these would be History and Geography) and take on another AS-Level (which would be Photography)? This would mean thar I'd have 2 A-Levels and 5 AS-Levels. Just to add some more info.... I'm really not enjoying History and Geography at the moment!! And that's it! It's a little confusing, sorry about that, and it's a little long, sorry about that too! But I'd appreciate advice...or if you've been in the same sort of situation... Thanks.