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    Looking for the best degree to suit these A-Levels: Maths, Physics, Chemistry and History. Despite the fact that I do STEM subjects, I really would like to not do a STEM degree, so that's why I am confused on what I should do?
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    (Original post by potassium123)
    Looking for the best degree to suit these A-Levels: Maths, Physics, Chemistry and History. Despite the fact that I do STEM subjects, I really would like to not do a STEM degree, so that's why I am confused on what I should do?
    Thanks in advance
    History? Law? Politics? PPE?

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    (Original post by potassium123)
    Looking for the best degree to suit these A-Levels: Maths, Physics, Chemistry and History. Despite the fact that I do STEM subjects, I really would like to not do a STEM degree, so that's why I am confused on what I should do?
    Thanks in advance


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    Plenty of options to go into. History, Law, PPE, Economics, Philosophy, Politics/Political Science etc.)

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    (Original post by potassium123;62044615[b)
    ]Looking for the best degree [/b]to suit these A-Levels: Maths, Physics, Chemistry and History. Despite the fact that I do STEM subjects, I really would like to not do a STEM degree, so that's why I am confused on what I should do?
    Thanks in advance
    That depends entirely on your interests, and in certain factors which you deem important.

    Have you looked at Politics, Political Sciences, PPL/PPE/PPH, Philosophy, English Lit/Lang, Geography? I'd suggest doing research, going on university websites and just clicking on courses that seems interesting to you.
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    Plenty of options to go into. History, Law, PPE, Economics, Philosophy, Politics/Political Science etc.)

    Hahah! I like the sound of Economics or Law, but would I be disadvantaged for Economics as I do not do F.Maths/Economics, and for Law as I do not do English Lit/Law? Thanks for the answer!
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    Hahah! I like the sound of Economics or Law, but would I be disadvantaged for Economics as I do not do F.Maths/Economics, and for Law as I do not do English Lit/Law? Thanks for the answer!
    For law, you'll be fine. There is no specific subject.

    For Economics, the more competitive courses (i.e. LSE, Oxbridge, Warwick etc) will encourage FM.
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    (Original post by High Stakes)
    For law, you'll be fine. There is no specific subject.

    For Economics, the more competitive courses (i.e. LSE, Oxbridge, Warwick etc) will encourage FM.
    Are there any unis that offer Economics without F Maths, that are good unis too?
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    (Original post by potassium123)
    Looking for the best degree to suit these A-Levels: Maths, Physics, Chemistry and History. Despite the fact that I do STEM subjects, I really would like to not do a STEM degree, so that's why I am confused on what I should do?
    Thanks in advance
    What's the point in having 3/4 of your subjects as STEM subjects if you're definitely not going to have a degree in it?

    Have a look at A-levels like: politics, economics, geography and languages.

    Perhaps do something like Maths, Physics, Economics and History?
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    Was about to post the same thing LOOOL

    Law doesn't specify which subjects you should take so?
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    (Original post by potassium123)
    Looking for the best degree to suit these A-Levels: Maths, Physics, Chemistry and History. Despite the fact that I do STEM subjects, I really would like to not do a STEM degree, so that's why I am confused on what I should do?
    Thanks in advance
    What subjects would you like to study? There's far too many to give you an opinion, people are just throwing out degree ideas off the top of their heads.
 
 
 
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