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    Whats more respected at A-Level?
    English Lang
    English Lit OR:
    English Lang & Lit (combined)
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    1.English Lit.
    2.English lit&lang
    3.English Lang.
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    I'd disagree entirely, placing lit&lang first, followed by lang. then lit.
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    (Original post by Memento)
    I'd disagree entirely, placing lit&lang first, followed by lang. then lit.
    What would you base that on? I know for certain that Lit is much more respected in the academic field, with most universities accepting only Lit or Lit&lang for an English degree. I would assume that this would be similar in the workforce. Hence, I would argue:

    1. Lit
    2. Lit&Lang
    3. Lang
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    (Original post by Memento)
    I'd disagree entirely, placing lit&lang first, followed by lang. then lit.
    Why would you say that?

    I'm studying Lit/ Lan, but would still say...

    1. Lit
    2. Lit/Lan
    3. Lan
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    (Original post by Memento)
    I'd disagree entirely, placing lit&lang first, followed by lang. then lit.
    I challenge you to find a university in the country that agrees with you
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    (Original post by Memento)
    I'd disagree entirely, placing lit&lang first, followed by lang. then lit.
    I'd agree maybe if I was being asked to put them in order of how difficult they were, but respectability isn't the same thing. In this case, I'd agree with most of the other people who posted, lit. is the most respected.
 
 
 
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