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    I'm due to start my degree in September at newcastle university for media communication and cultural studies, my main aim is to become a secondary teacher in the future. I studied a btec level 3 extended diploma in media production to get into my degree but before this took as levels which I dropped out of. One of these was English language where I got a D.

    I'm wondering if there's anyway I can study an a level in English alongside my degree, would I still have to complete my as level or can I carry on from that D and still get a high mark in a level?

    I need the a level to be able to have a chance at teaching English alongside media

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    Are you certain you need A Level English for teaching?

    These two goverment websites only mention GCSE Maths & English - https://nationalcareersservice.direc...olteacher.aspx AND http://www.education.gov.uk/get-into...-training/pgce
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