I am currently in high school, once I finish my high school and college education I hope to study Journalism in University. I went into my GCSE's with no definite decision on what I wanted to do when I left school, but have realized now that writing an journalism is something that really grabs my attention and gives me a lot of determination to get the best grades I can get. When I chose my subjects, there was no real plan behind them and so I just chose to take what I felt I would enjoy (music, photography, business.) I looked up which subjects would most suite journalism, and read that History and English Lit are good subjects for it. I plan on taking English Lit as an A-level already, but wanted to know if it would be possible to take History as an A-Level if I do not have it as a GCSE. Would the work require previous knowledge from GCSE, or would I be able to complete it without coursework done in GCSE?
From GCSE to A level, it's all changing