A compromise, I'd say. Actually I was more interested in philosophy. And I tell you, that's my main field in high school; something I'm proud of. I even said, "I want to be a philosopher," when introduced myself in the class. And I really did. I read a lot. From Sartre (I even tried to read Being and Nothingness in French) to Russell. I was already interested in Deleuze before Nick Land became popular. I still read philosophy. My latest was Heidegger's Being and Time. People say, it's too difficult. I say, bring it on! No but I didn't feel it's difficult. Though I don't really understand the part where he explained Reference and Sign. That was too obscure. But I could still understand the point. So why not philosophy?
You know, hmm... it's not legit. I'm the first in the family who managed to study abroad. Philosophy hmm... you know what I mean.
Psychology was something I wasn't familiar with. I can't really write good essays on psychology. It's too scientific. Too strict. Too rigorous. I was more interested in psychoanalysis tbh. So what did I do? I applied for philosophy 2 weeks bfr school started. Accepted (the second time actually, I did apply once). And then... the day after... I was informed, the scholarship was meant for psychology, because it says so on the letter. And here I am...
But "I'll finish what I started," I said to my tutor.