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Does Bio, Chem, Psychology and Business Studies count?
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I do maths, physics, spanish and economics XD

It's not the weirdest combination by far but still
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I feel like a language (French) among sciences (Human Biology & Psychology) is weird but when you think about it, it really isn't that extraordinary
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I do chemistry, psychology and maths, and I did Spanish as well for AS
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Universities are asking students to be a little bit more varied . For instance I studied English Lit, English Lang and Philosophy (tbh, I want to be an English teacher and study the subjects at degree level). There's not much variety. But if you had something like English Language, Computing and History then it's more diverse and shows you have a different range of skills.

So guys, keep doing you!
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(Original post by punkrock)
Anyone else taken a mix of a levels people consider unorthodox? A mix of arts and sciences perhaps?
Last year I was doing Physics, Maths, Music Technology, Media Studies, and Geography. This year I'm also doing Further Maths (but I've dropped Music Tech).
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Some of those do sound strange, people find it odd that I do Art, English Lit and Computer Science ahah, but they all compliment each other quite nicely sometimes
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