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    I'm taking Maths, Physics, English Language and History next year.

    I was wondering what options will become available for me after taking these subjects. What will I be able to study at university? What jobs could I get with A-levels in these subjects? I'm aware that I won't be able to study medicine, but I'm not interested in that.

    And no, I will not switch English Language to English Literature.

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    (Original post by Meganekko)
    I'm taking Maths, Physics, English Language and History next year.

    I was wondering what options will become available for me after taking these subjects. What will I be able to study at university? What jobs could I get with A-levels in these subjects? I'm aware that I won't be able to study medicine, but I'm not interested in that.

    And no, I will not switch English Language to English Literature.

    Thanks.

    You'll be able to study English Language or History for definite. Other courses such as Philosophy and Politics will also be able to be studied.

    If you look at the Oxford prospectus of their courses, all their essential, desired and helpful A-Levels are provided. You can then see roughly which other courses you'd be enabled to study, as this is the general criteria other good universities use.

    Prospectus: http://d3upfpng8piaqj.cloudfront.net...14_Courses.pdf
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    (Original post by Meganekko)
    I'm taking Maths, Physics, English Language and History next year.

    I was wondering what options will become available for me after taking these subjects. What will I be able to study at university? What jobs could I get with A-levels in these subjects? I'm aware that I won't be able to study medicine, but I'm not interested in that.

    And no, I will not switch English Language to English Literature.

    Thanks.
    Im in a bit of cba mood so I'll just list 'em if that's alright with you? Yeah? Good.

    Courses:

    History
    Some physics courses
    Some engineering courses

    Ancient History
    Journalism

    Film
    Creative Writing

    Education
    Law
    Anthropology
    International Relations
    Politics
    Economics
    Psychology
    Sociology

    Those in italics are more directly related to your a levels
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    (Original post by Meganekko)
    I'm taking Maths, Physics, English Language and History next year.

    I was wondering what options will become available for me after taking these subjects. What will I be able to study at university? What jobs could I get with A-levels in these subjects? I'm aware that I won't be able to study medicine, but I'm not interested in that.

    And no, I will not switch English Language to English Literature.

    Thanks.
    Have a look here: http://www.russellgroup.ac.uk/media/...ces-latest.pdf

    Scroll down to "Subjects required for different career courses" to get an idea of what sorts of uni courses you can do with those subjects.
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