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nicmin21
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at the moment im doing my gcse's and am trying really hard to decide my AS Level options. The subjects that i'd really like to do are english lit. history psychology and photography and I was just wondering if the majority of universities take photography as an approved qualification as i wouldn't like to be in the situation, in a years time, where i have to drop photography at the end of my as levels even if i hate one of the other subjects because it will hinder my chances of going to a university i want to go to.
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(Original post by nicmin21)
at the moment im doing my gcse's and am trying really hard to decide my AS Level options. The subjects that i'd really like to do are english lit. history psychology and photography and I was just wondering if the majority of universities take photography as an approved qualification as i wouldn't like to be in the situation, in a years time, where i have to drop photography at the end of my as levels even if i hate one of the other subjects because it will hinder my chances of going to a university i want to go to.
I've done A-level photography, and it was only a problem in the case of Edinburgh. Bristol, Durham, Leeds, Warwick and Liverpool all accepted it.
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hurrah, thanks for replying.
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