There are a few things you should think about when choosing electives. First, consider your career objectives. Are there any courses that would help you develop skills for that career? Drama and Psychology have relevance to more than just actors and psychologists.
Second, try to register for a variety of courses. All of our Bachelor of Arts degrees require that you have some humanities, social sciences, mathematical and natural sciences. Taking courses from a variety of subject areas will make you well-rounded, help you find what you are passionate about, and contribute to your degree.
Third, try to give yourself a schedule that works for your scholastic and personal life. Are you a morning or a night person? Do you work better with breaks in between classes to process new material? Have you given yourself enough time to eat lunch? What obligations, apart from school, do you have?
Most importantly, what are you interested in? Students do better when they choose courses that they can genuinely get excited about. Pick something that sounds like fun!