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    I'm currently picking my A-Level options and I want to do an English (Language or Literature.) The current school I am at does English Language or Literature. However, another school in my are does English Language and Literature joint. My main concern is that do you get the same amount of A-levels if you picked one or do you get 50% Language and 50% Literature? So should I pick this option or should i stay where I am and pick Language or Literature? Finally, which English do you think is better?
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    (Original post by zweeden99)
    Hi,
    I'm currently picking my A-Level options and I want to do an English (Language or Literature.) The current school I am at does English Language or Literature. However, another school in my are does English Language and Literature joint. My main concern is that do you get the same amount of A-levels if you picked one or do you get 50% Language and 50% Literature? So should I pick this option or should i stay where I am and pick Language or Literature? Finally, which English do you think is better?
    Thanks
    The joint lit and lang is one combined A Level so you will get one A Level for it
    I study both separately and I think it's really based on personal preference, but literature is a lot more work (though I also think it's better)
 
 
 
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