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So.. I’m a little confused and I wouldn’t mind some help.

I’m going college and aspire to do a degree in forensic science one day.

Is it possible for me to do BTEC science diploma level three (2 A levels equivalent) and an A level in Psychology to do a degree in Forensic Science.

Or would I have to do all BTECs such as BTEC science extended diploma level three (3 A levels equivalent)

I really wanted to have the option of mixing my choices and still doing a degree in forensic science, however I need to know if it’s an option or not.
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(Original post by Fbari_27)
So.. I’m a little confused and I wouldn’t mind some help.

I’m going college and aspire to do a degree in forensic science one day.

Is it possible for me to do BTEC science diploma level three (2 A levels equivalent) and an A level in Psychology to do a degree in Forensic Science.

Or would I have to do all BTECs such as BTEC science extended diploma level three (3 A levels equivalent)

I really wanted to have the option of mixing my choices and still doing a degree in forensic science, however I need to know if it’s an option or not.
You would need to look on the websites of the universities you think you may be interested in and check to see whether they would accept that combination under their entry requirements. If it isn't clear, a quick email should get you an answer.
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