Hi, I'm think I *might* get attacked for asking this, because I'm not sure it's in exactly the right place, or if it will get replies, but I'm currently trying to chose between the following courses, as I'll hopefully be applying later this year (if I get 4As
)....I'm doing AS Biology, English Lit. History and Theology & Ethics and I'm finding it really diffcult to choose what to study
I'm really interested in literature, art and history and the study of people - but I've only ever studied modern history and a unit of 1066 & the Norman Conquest (AS level)- so nothing on Ancient Greece, Rome or Eygpt!
Does this mean I probably shouldn't apply for any of the courses involving Ancient history? Or will they be more interested in someone's capacity for studying history as a whole?
Courses I am considering:
Archaeology and Anthropology
Classical Archaeology and Ancient History
*History (Ancient and Modern)
* I'm thinking more about these two because I don't know what I want to do when I'm older and they seem more open/flexible?
Any thoughts? Anyone studying any of these courses and able to explain more clearly the difference between them or what they like/ dislike/think about them?