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    Hey, so I was thinking of English language (got 93% in the mock gcse, A*) as well as French (only 67%, B) art (80%, B) and sociology, a new subject. I used to order literature but I feel like English language sounds interesting and the moon on the rides poems have put me off! Also we are doing igcse French which is the spontaneous and harder gcse and we're expected to do better than in the mock. Thing is, eng lang isn't as good apparently, but lse accept it so I think I'll do it as I like it but idk about art. What do you think from experience?? Also we do 3 a levels at my school, only some do 4 (reform) so I'd have to ask. I might do law of interior design btw.
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    English language, French and art are all respected subjects, sociology isn't as good but it's still accepted by most universities. If you're thinking of going into law or interior design then your choices are fine. You need to work hard if you fancy LSE though.
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    Whether or not they are "good" depends on which subject you'll be applying for and which university.
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    (Original post by Snufkin)
    English language, French and art are all respected subjects, sociology isn't as good but it's still accepted by most universities. If you're thinking of going into law or interior design then your choices are fine. You need to work hard if you fancy LSE though.
    Thank you for replying, why is art better than sociology? I think I'll swap sociology for art though as I picked it, art seems to fun to miss! Thing is it's hard to get high gcse art grades, let alone a level!
 
 
 
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