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    I'm doing my AS's this year, and currently deciding what course to do at university. The A Levels I'm doing are Biology, History, English literature and Psychology. Aside from the obvious courses I could take I.e. History at Uni, English at Uni etc. What other courses could I apply for at university with these four A Level choices? I'm considering Law, but is there any other alternatives? Thanks a lot.
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    Psychology mainly? You need to give a bit more info about what your interested in, no point people plucking random courses out of thin air..
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    Do what you're most interested in...
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    (Original post by crazyboi35)
    I'm doing my AS's this year, and currently deciding what course to do at university. The A Levels I'm doing are Biology, History, English literature and Psychology. Aside from the obvious courses I could take I.e. History at Uni, English at Uni etc. What other courses could I apply for at university with these four A Level choices? I'm considering Law, but is there any other alternatives? Thanks a lot.
    There's lots of courses you could take with those; what sorts of things are you interested in?

    Although I'm inclined to add that if you don't know, you shouldn't be going.
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    Linguistics? Idk if you'd be interested in it but you asked for any course you can apply for, and biology and psychology are definitely good A levels for it. There aren't any set subjects required but a mixture of arts and sciences is useful!
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    (Original post by tateco)
    Psychology mainly? You need to give a bit more info about what your interested in, no point people plucking random courses out of thin air..
    LOL, I was hoping people would pluck random courses and then for me to decide/research if the course is of my interest. Uhmm, well tbh I really don't have a favourite subject out of my four A Level choices, I like all four equally. However the thought of going into linguistics/speech therapy does interest me. Also, maybe something like radiography or psychology aswell. Or maybe do a History degree.
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    Do a course that you will enjoy. Take the Stamford Test on the ucas website, it may help point you in the right direction.

    If you can't think of one now then there's no pressure to go straight to university, take a year out after A2's and see if you can discover a passion for something then.
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    (Original post by crazyboi35)
    LOL, I was hoping people would pluck random courses and then for me to decide/research if the course is of my interest. Uhmm, well tbh I really don't have a favourite subject out of my four A Level choices, I like all four equally. However the thought of going into linguistics/speech therapy does interest me. Also, maybe something like radiography or psychology aswell. Or maybe do a History degree.
    Shame you haven't taken English Language in that case, if that's your interest then go for it anyway - as your subjects are suitable.
 
 
 
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