A-Levels subjects for criminology(?)

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hey, I want to study criminology next September and they told me from the uni that I have to pick three humanities subjects for A-level.I want to know which subjects can I take??!! :confused::confused::confused::confused:
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hey, I want to study criminology next September and they told me from the uni that I have to pick three humanities subjects for A-level.I want to know which subjects can I take??!! :confused::confused::confused::confused:
Sociology is a social science however it will be the closest linked subject to criminology, I'm not sure if some schools class this as a humanity.
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hey, I want to study criminology next September and they told me from the uni that I have to pick three humanities subjects for A-level.I want to know which subjects can I take??!! :confused::confused::confused::confused:
Heya, I am going to study crininology next September and the subjects I am doing for my A Levels are sociology, government and politics and philosophy and ethics. I dropped english language after AS.

Definitely choose sociology!!


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Sociology is a social science however it will be the closest linked subject to criminology, I'm not sure if some schools class this as a humanity.
English (lang/lit/combined)
History
Politics
Law

thank you so much for your reply do you have any idea from where I can study those subjects?? are there any sites/links ?? or I have to buy books??
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Heya, I am going to study crininology next September and the subjects I am doing for my A Levels are sociology, government and politics and philosophy and ethics. I dropped english language after AS.

Definitely choose sociology!!


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hey you I choose law,sociology and psychology but I don't know from where I can study :/
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thank you so much for your reply do you have any idea from where I can study those subjects?? are there any sites/links ?? or I have to buy books??
Study them at school? :confused:
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Study them at school? :confused:

1) I finished school 2) I'm not in England
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Psychology, Sociology, English Lit and Politics IMO
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1) I finished school 2) I'm not in England
I'm guessing there will be a self taught distance programme on the internet but you'll have to enter as an external candidate which can be pricey.
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I'm guessing there will be a self taught distance programme on the internet but you'll have to enter as an external candidate which can be pricey.
so I cant find them on the web or find from somewhere the books ?
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so I cant find them on the web or find from somewhere the books ?
You'll have to do the exams/coursework to achieve an a-level. Books will help but you need to pay to be entered to the exam.
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You'll have to do the exams/coursework to achieve an a-level. Books will help but you need to pay to be entered to the exam.
yeah I know that I know that I have to pay to do the exams but I dont know from where I can study those subjs :s
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yeah I know that I know that I have to pay to do the exams but I dont know from where I can study those subjs :s
Amazon or similar sites will do accompanying texts books for the course. The majority of content will be there but I advise to read further
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Amazon or similar sites will do accompanying texts books for the course. The majority of content will be there but I advise to read further

okay thanks for your help
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