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    Currently, in year twelve, I am studying:
    English Literature
    Performing Arts
    Double Health and Social Care

    Next year (A2) I wish to:
    Drop Performing Arts
    Continue with others
    Do a Sociology related EPQ
    Join a nightclass

    Do I need Performing Arts to do Sociology at university? Does it matter that I won't get a qualification in it if I do an EPQ and nightclass to make up for it?

    Thanks!
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    (Original post by evieneale)
    Currently, in year twelve, I am studying:
    English Literature
    Performing Arts
    Double Health and Social Care

    Next year (A2) I wish to:
    Drop Performing Arts
    Continue with others
    Do a Sociology related EPQ
    Join a nightclass

    Do I need Performing Arts to do Sociology at university? Does it matter that I won't get a qualification in it if I do an EPQ and nightclass to make up for it?

    Thanks!
    You should have the equivalent of, 3 a levels with those qualifications so assuming universities accept your qualifications you should be okay
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    (Original post by evieneale)
    Currently, in year twelve, I am studying:
    English Literature
    Performing Arts
    Double Health and Social Care

    Next year (A2) I wish to:
    Drop Performing Arts
    Continue with others
    Do a Sociology related EPQ
    Join a nightclass

    Do I need Performing Arts to do Sociology at university? Does it matter that I won't get a qualification in it if I do an EPQ and nightclass to make up for it?

    Thanks!
    Why do you think you need Performing Arts A-level for a Sociology degree?

    Which universities are you considering and what are their entry requirements? If you meet or are likely to meet their requirements you are likely to get offers.
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    Why do you think you need Performing Arts A-level for a Sociology degree?

    Which universities are you considering and what are their entry requirements? If you meet or are likely to meet their requirements you are likely to get offers.
    Well I initially wanted to do Film and Sociology but now I'm leaning more towards just doing Sociology! I was just wondering because I wouldn't get a qualification from it but I think I can balance things out in terms of points. Thank you!
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    You should have the equivalent of, 3 a levels with those qualifications so assuming universities accept your qualifications you should be okay
    Phew, thanks!
 
 
 
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