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Dd2. I think is still dithering re what course. She's " arts based" and probably going for liberal arts as a way to find her way iyswim.
She's a worrier and then worries this is too vague but I think it's ok isn't it ? People change / modify courses when there if they really aren't right don't they ...
Older 2 were v sure at this stage so it's tricky and the old " they knew , why don't I " comparisons are coming out.
So hard being 3rd child I think.
If she chooses a Scottish University, many of them offer a selection of subjects in first 2 years and then they specialise in their honours subject(s) in 3rd and 4th year
Eg my dd did Philosophy, Psychology and Film Studies in yr 1
Philosophy Film Studies and English Lit in yr 2(,she dropped psychology after yr 1 as too much maths and took up English Lit, which shed done as A level and found it very easy!)
Philosophy and Film joint honours in yr 3&4..... Finished up with joint Hons MA in Philosophy &Film ( now doing post grad in TESOL)
I know have similar prob with DS as he can't decide what science course to take.....so difficult if they're undecided!