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    (Original post by TheLordSamuel)
    Maths, sciences, geography, history, english lit, and languages are all recognised as being traditional A level subjects. Ones such as religious studies, sociology, ICT subjects, business and suchlike are not. French is definitely a traditional subject, but I'm not sure if psychology is. I'm sure you can check on uni websites as to exactly what they mean by 'traditional subjects' though!
    Religious Studies is a traditional subject.

    (Original post by Burty123)
    • Accounting
    • Art and Design
    • Business Studies
    • Communication Studies
    • Dance
    • Design and Technology
    • Drama/Theatre Studies
    • Film Studies
    • Health and Social Care
    • Home Economics
    • Information and Communication Technology
    • Leisure Studies
    • Media Studies
    • Music Technology
    • Performance Studies
    • Performing Arts
    • Photography
    • Physical Education
    • Sports Studies
    • Travel and Tourism
    Are not traditional. But you said that in the post bellow it.
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    Thanks to everyone for their help!

    I have an offer to do law with French at Cardiff University now, them accepting A levels in law, French and psychology.
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