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    For me, the best way to decide was to look at different university courses and their requirements + preferments. Gives you a general idea of what's needed for what interests you. Do take subjects that you know you'll enjoy and be able to cope with though.
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    (Original post by LordTrickster)
    So I'm one of those people who don't know what they're going to take for a degree or in the future. So what A levels are considered the most useful to a lot of degrees.

    I'm thinking of taking the following subjects for A levels

    History
    IT
    Maths
    And one more which I'm not sure about
    Politics and History all the way!! - They link in with each other too!
 
 
 
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