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    Hi. Next year I applied to do History, Politics, Biology and Psychology. Just wondering if they're a good selection or not.
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    Are you interested in History, Politics, Biology and Psychology?

    If so, then yes, they are good A levels to take.
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    Depends on what you want to do at uni But they seem like pretty good selection
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    Well, I started doing Biology, History, Geography and Welsh - Teaching was horrendous so I had to drop Biology in Jan of my AS Year
    Be careful as they are all demanding, however, if you have good teachers and are very academic - and most important of all, you enjoy said subjects - then you shouldn't find too much of an issue Also remember you should really aim to take subjects that guide you toward your ideal career, as that tends to help Good Luck!!
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    What do you want to do at uni? Any idea? Or any idea where you might want to apply?
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    I was thinking of maybe Law or History (maybe with politics) and I'm thinking of applying to the University of Sheffield, seen as I live here and my dad works there
    Thanks.
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    Well, as a combination they work nicely. They all complement each other in some way. Plus you get a mix of the arts with the sciences which is a plus.
    What do you want to do at Uni? Because that will need to be considered.
 
 
 
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