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llys
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In classics you just need to remember stuff though don't you? it's no sources like in history is it? apart from that, it's the same sort of thing, right?
Depends on the modules your college is doing - some are historical, but there are also some modules about archeology, a lot of modules about literature (Greek tragedy, comedy, Greek & Roman epic etc.). There's even a module about Roman Town Planning in one syllabus I saw.
Two students taking Classical Civilisation at different colleges might do completely different courses. So maybe doublecheck what modules your college plans on doing.
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Yeah, it gives diversity.
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Yep i did too. Last year for lower 6th i did maths in a year, computing and Law and everyone aslked why didn't I do physics as well. I think its good as when you apply to uni you have a lot more choice and can pick an arts or science subject. If I didn't do it the way i did i think I would really be struggling now
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