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Please answer the question i really need help. Thanks in advance.
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Eh, it depends what you're doing. Generally if you're applying for a decent/top university for a good course, then Sociology will not be highly regarded.
However if you are going to study sociology... well.
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What do you mean by a 'general subject'?
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What do you mean by a 'general subject'?
You know in some universties...on the requirements it says excluding general studies. So they will say you need AAA but will not take any general studies.
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Eh, it depends what you're doing. Generally if you're applying for a decent/top university for a good course, then Sociology will not be highly regarded.
However if you are going to study sociology... well.
Its not about be doing Sociology at uni but whether or not Universities see Sociology as a general studies subject? Some unis want certain grades and they say excluding general studies.
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No it isn't. You can get into good unis with it depending on your course.

Edit: Didn't read the question properly.
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You know in some universties...on the requirements it says excluding general studies. So they will say you need AAA but will not take any general studies.
General Studies is an A level subject in its own right. Sociology is not General Studies and is fine an an A level.
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No I doubt they would see it as a general subject, I mean its similar to psychology and that's pretty highly regarded
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Yeah it is. You can get into good unis with it depending on your course.
So its a general studies topic? Are you sure? Most top unis wont take general studies as an a-level option.
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No I doubt they would see it as a general subject, I mean its similar to psychology and that's pretty highly regarded
ok cool! Thanks
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General studies is it's own subject completely different to any other subject
Sociology is a subject in its own right NOT a general studies A level


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So its a general studies topic? Are you sure? Most top unis wont take general studies as an a-level option.
Sorry read my edit. I thought you meant a general normal subject, not a general studies subject.
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General Studies is an A level subject in its own right. Sociology is not General Studies and is fine an an A level.
OK thanks for the help!
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Sorry read my edit. I thought you meant a general normal subject, not a general studies subject.
Oh i see. Thanks!
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