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    Im just looking at some subjects for uni..to get an idea of what Id want to do (still cant decide)

    My subjects are: Maths, economics, chemistry and history and i want to drop history at AS

    I know these are not brilliant subjects for jounrlism..but is there still a way I can get on a jounalism course?

    Thanks for any advice
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    Bump...Also..what about politics? (as in..same question but applies to both politics and journalism)
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    you can do any subject to get into journalism, make sure u have a variety of soft and hard sujects. That being said, I suggest dropping Chemistry and doing something like English Lit or English lit/lang (thats if ur good at it) because its closely linked with the writing aspect of journalism.
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    (Original post by hwalusimo1)
    you can do any subject to get into journalism, make sure u have a variety of soft and hard sujects. That being said, I suggest dropping Chemistry and doing something like English Lit or English lit/lang (thats if ur good at it) because its closely linked with the writing aspect of journalism.
    Its too late to change now =/...but what about for politics/political science?
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    As long as you have four respected subjects you needn't worry.
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    (Original post by cut thumb)
    As long as you have four respected subjects you needn't worry.
    Was that towards journalism or politics?

    And could I still get on to a politics/political science course if I dropped history after AS? (So for A2 Id be doing Economics, Maths, Chemistry)?

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    (Original post by matt_copas)
    Was that towards journalism or politics?

    And could I still get on to a politics/political science course if I dropped history after AS? (So for A2 Id be doing Economics, Maths, Chemistry)?

    Thanks
    Probably.

    I'm no admissions tutor but they are a good choice of subjects.

    Also if you decide not to do a Politics/Journalism course then you can do Economics instead.
 
 
 
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