Bare with me here. So I started A-level 2 months ago. I'm not sure how further education schemes are set up in other countries-- but A-levels are like college courses. Anyway, I'm having a big feeling of regret looming over not choosing to do English as a subject. It feels like I'm abandoning it. I did it in High School, enjoyed it, and got good grades: A*s in both language and literature. I don't know whether to change over to English. It's a little late, but I think I can do it. My current subjects: maths, physics, art and graphics. I'm seriously thinking about replacing graphics with English. However, I got an A* in graphics in high school as well. I also enjoyed it. I don't want to change art to English since I enjoy it even more and it carries skills I seek. Maths and physics complement each other, so removing either one of them would just hurt the other. It would be a pretty quick decision if I actually read more. It's not that I don't enjoy reading, it's just I have A.D.D or something. I can't concentrate. My reading speed is horrendous-- talking speed challenges it in pace. Am I missing out on not doing English at A-level? If I decided to become a writer in the future, would I find it difficult?