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    I am stuck between five AS levels, and I don't know which will be the best 4 to have when applying for a Zoology course at university. They are:

    -English Literature
    -Biology
    -Psychology
    -Environmental Sciences
    -Geography

    Whilst I am aware that Chemistry, Physics and Maths would all be great choices, they are not suited to me.

    Any advice would be appreciated!
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    I applied with English Lit, Art, Biology and Chemistry. You definitely need biology (it's pretty much a requirement for zoology), but anything else is really up to you. I think they do like science-y subjects mixed in with one not-so-science one. Out of them I'd pick biology, English lit, psychology and environmental science. That's my choice though, it's up to you!
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    Hey! I've applied to do Zoology, I took Biology (which is necessary), chemistry and psychology. Most places want two sciences, or will reduces the grades required if you have two sciences. It's probably best for you to choose the 4 Science subjects on your list. However, if you really enjoy English, then take that, it's always nice to have a subject you really enjoy and can relax with.
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    I did Biology, Psychology and Geography at A levels with Maths at AS. I was accepted everywhere I applied.

    Personally I'd ditch English Literature and take Environmental Science to make up for not having two main sciences.
 
 
 
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