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    I'm looking into doing Journalism as a career so I would like to choose subjects which would benefit me for my career choice, but also just in case if I decide to change my mind.

    Will these subjects be a good combination? What can I expect taking these subjects?

    English Lang & Lit, History, Politics and either Sociology/Psychology
    (as i'm not sure which one would benefit me the most)
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    Do English Lit instead of English Lang & Lit.
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    I agree - I would also choose psychology over sociology
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    yeah i do english lit, history, politics and psychology. i really like the first three but HATE psychology, it honestly is the most boring thing ever and although it's apparently slightly more respected than sociology, english/history/politics combo is good so it won't matter. they all complement each other really well.
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    Should choose psychology over sociology. It is more preferred.
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    lit is more appreciated....
    history rocks
    Politics i wud do if i cud
    and maybe psychology rather than sociology, i know sociology is fascinating but its considered a little outdated by unis....

    tbh...
    ur subjects are just another eflection of who u are, if u had maths in there instead of politics it wud still be good.... just as a journalist-type you prefer politics... they dont care that much anyway, its the skills
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    the college only offers english combined, but i would of took english lit if i could. do you think psychology will be worth taking? i thought it looked slightly more interesting than sociology but i heard sociology could help with journalism more?
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    I do English Lang & Lit, and to be honest I really enjoy it. I mean you don't get to read as much as Lit students do, but for me the Language part makes up for it, giving a whole new way of interpreting works. And just because I don't get tested on something in the exam doesn't mean I won't read it anyway, and if you're interested in an Englishy Career path anyway then you will probably be reading outside the specs anyway.

    A lot of people told me not to take Lang & Lit combined, but I ignored them and I think it was the right choice for me. I would also like to add that went I went on the sutton trust summer school and did a pre university course, I felt completly up to speed with the lit people, if not having a little of an edge due to the language part of the course, and it's accepted pretty much everywhere instead of lit, even at Oxbridge.

    For the others I can't say much on, I took sciences to go with my English, weird I know, but your choices are all humanities so seem to fit together quite nicely. I have heard that Politics is a soft option, but then again I wouldn't necessarily believe that. I would just say go with things you enjoy. As long as your interested and enjoying your studies thats the main thing, and to get onto Journalism/English degrees you only need the English A Level. . the rest is upto you
 
 
 

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