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Should I do A-level English Language or Philosophy and Ethics? Watch

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    I have already taken English Literature and Sociology. Lit is my strongest subject and my highest grade is in it. I like analyse, essay writing and evaluation, this is why I have taken Lit and Sociology. I dont like creative writing/writing stories etc. English Language is AQA and Philosophy is OCR, which one should I take?
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    Choose the one you're most interested in as you're more likely to do better, we can't choose for you but can advise you. If you don't know enough about the subjects then I suggest researching more into it by looking at the specification, asking about them to those who have studied it etc. Good luck, you might also find this thread helpful for choosing a levels: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3296869

    Hi I'm doing both these subjects . Philosophy and Ethics may seem hard to grasp at first but it's interesting and will keep you intrigued. I think on the whole the exam/revision is t too difficult either. English language is not too difficult either if you're willing to do some coursework as well as an exam .
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