A level art
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Are you planning to go to university? If so then you have the right A-Levels to study something biological or chemistry based, a healthcare course e.g nursing, a geography or geology based course and medicine if you can get AAA+ which could lead
onto a career in the same areas. However many degrees don't require particular subjects for entry and the majority of jobs don't require a particular degree. So really its up to you to do your research.
Archaeologist: They are working in different areas in the whole world and are using different methods from natural sciences to work (radiocarbon dating to detemine the age of the fossils to name the most known one).
(Original post by Jollyholly1)
A level art
But there is one thing which should not be unconsidered: the ancient language Latin. A colleague of mine who had studied archaeology told me that Latin is an important language to manage the job. And you have to learn a lot of Latin within six months (six months latin at university is equal to five years latin at school!!).
By the way what is your wish? is there a job which you would love to acquired? * *
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