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Btec Health & social for politics?

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    Due to medical problems I am no longer able to carry on with A levels and it's been decided that I should study a btec instead however, I want to go to university to study politics and social policy... But the only btec which interests me is Level 3 Health and Social extended diploma and I'm worried I will not be able to study politics if I take this btec as it isn't directly related. Does anyone have any experience or advice in this? (The uni does accept the btec, and neither I've looked at state specific subject of btec) thank you in advance!!
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