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    Hi there

    I want to do a degree in PR after my A levels. I know I want to drop one of them for A2. Obviously, I want to be doing the right A levels to get into the course of my choice so can you guys give me some advice on which one to drop?

    I'm doing: English Literature, Fine Art, Theatre Studies and History. I don't want to drop English Lit so really it's between the other 3. (Wish I'd taken Business Studies but ah well! :rolleyes:)

    Also, does it really matter which one I drop or are they all ok subjects for what I want to do?

    Thanks, fizzwizz
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    keep them all on - you'll need them to help you after you've done a degree in PR and employers want you to show a real academic record.
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    I did think about that because I'm enjoying all of them, but if I were to drop one which one?
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    I would drop Theatre Studies. Unis often don't seem to like things ending with 'Studies'. Plus, it's the least relevant to PR. If you don't want to drop that one then I'd drop Fine Art
 
 
 
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