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    After having spoken to many people, my thoughts have changed. I would like to study English and Drama at Uni (Perhaps Cambridge's Education with English and Drama degree) and am definately going to take English Literature and Drama and Theatre Studies. I am pretty certain I'll take French. But for my fourth...I am stuck between: Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology and Music. Please help!
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    You might want to look at Cambridge's list of approved A levels for your subject.

    http://www.undergraduate.study.cam.a...e-requirements

    I don't know what they'd want for the course you mention, but they certainly prefer some subjects to others.
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    (Original post by LewisPickles)
    After having spoken to many people, my thoughts have changed. I would like to study English and Drama at Uni (Perhaps Cambridge's Education with English and Drama degree) and am definately going to take English Literature and Drama and Theatre Studies. I am pretty certain I'll take French. But for my fourth...I am stuck between: Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology and Music. Please help!
    Check

    Cambridge - The Subject Matters
    http://www.undergraduate.study.cam.a...ectmatters.pdf

    And

    http://www.undergraduate.study.cam.a...rses/education

    (No specified subjects needed for BA Education)

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