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    So I'm doing those A levels and I'm stuck on uni degrees that i can do and what careers I can go into. I'd really appriciate it if any one can tell me what I can and cannot do or what people have already done with these a levels. Thank you.
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    Do you have a rough idea of what you might like to study? You will have access to the myriad careers that require no particular subject(s) as a prerequisite irrespective of what you study. Your questions are too broad for anyone to be able to meaningfully help you.
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    Do you have a rough idea of what you might like to study? You will have access to the myriad careers that require no particular subject(s) as a prerequisite irrespective of what you study. Your questions are too broad for anyone to be able to meaningfully help you.
    Yeah I have an idea but I'm just worried I might not be able to do it. I want to study either psychology or Accountancy in uni just don't know if I have the right a levels to do them.
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    Taking English Lit, Biology, Maths (dropped chemistry).Firming Bristol economics.You've got 2 sciences and an essay based subject, really versatile subjects really. Definitely good to study accountancy if you do well, I'd reckon you're okay to study psychology having studied literature and biology (you could stretch that link in a personal statement).You could do literally any course with those, perhaps maybe not art, music, geography/history though. Extra-curriculars might be able to get you onto those courses?
    It's good that you haven't specialised too soon.
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    (Original post by Shia_LaBeouf)
    Taking English Lit, Biology, Maths (dropped chemistry).Firming Bristol economics.You've got 2 sciences and an essay based subject, really versatile subjects really. Definitely good to study accountancy if you do well, I'd reckon you're okay to study psychology having studied literature and biology (you could stretch that link in a personal statement).You could do literally any course with those, perhaps maybe not art, music, geography/history though. Extra-curriculars might be able to get you onto those courses?
    It's good that you haven't specialised too soon.
    Thanks
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    (Original post by Aaliyah.97)
    Yeah I have an idea but I'm just worried I might not be able to do it. I want to study either psychology or Accountancy in uni just don't know if I have the right a levels to do them.
    Your choices should be fine for either path - indeed pretty good. If in doubt, check the requirements on the pages of universities you may be interested in.
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    (Original post by Shia_LaBeouf)
    Taking English Lit, Biology, Maths (dropped chemistry).Firming Bristol economics.You've got 2 sciences and an essay based subject, really versatile subjects really. Definitely good to study accountancy if you do well, I'd reckon you're okay to study psychology having studied literature and biology (you could stretch that link in a personal statement).You could do literally any course with those, perhaps maybe not art, music, geography/history though. Extra-curriculars might be able to get you onto those courses?
    It's good that you haven't specialised too soon.
    Are you already in uni or just applied?
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    (Original post by Balor)
    Your choices should be fine for either path - indeed pretty good. If in doubt, check the requirements on the pages of universities you may be interested in.
    Thanks a lot will do.
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    (Original post by Aaliyah.97)
    Are you already in uni or just applied?
    Applied a few months ago, gotta get A*AA. For economics only required subject is maths.
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    (Original post by Shia_LaBeouf)
    Applied a few months ago, gotta get A*AA. For economics only required subject is maths.
    Oh wow must be tough. I hope you get it. Good luck
 
 
 
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