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    I am an academic person and am taking art drama and double english but I love film and want to go into it. However, I am a philisophical person and the 6th form I am going to recommends I pursue philosophy. I was looking at past papers and just wanted to know if anyone got A or A* on it. If not, why?

    What do you mean you're a "philosophical person" exactly? Are the more reasons for whether you'd like to do philosophy?

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    I basically have been told by my R.S. teacher that lots of my answers are very philosophy based and that I could get a good grade in it. I geuinely find it interesting but am scared I might not get as good a grade in it as in Film Studies or vise versa.

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