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I'm currently thinking about taking: history, english literature and government and politics at A-level, but I'm stuck on a fourth option. I was considering taking sociology or philosophy & ethics, but will this be too much work because they are all essay based subjects? Is sociology seen as a soft subject? And I studied philosophy & ethics at GCSE so will this be an advantage?
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Sociology is seen as less rigorous as P&E, so if that constitutes as "easier" for you then there is your answer.

Having done P&E at GCSE will have some advantage, I'm not sure what full extent though as I just do A Level pure Philosophy w/o Ethics.
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