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Is Psychology, History and Classical Civilization a good A Level Combination? Watch

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    History is the only facilitating subject that i will be doing and i want to take a degree in History or Law or criminology. I have an idea of becoming a sociocultural anthropologist.

    would i be accepted by Russel Group Universities?
    are the subjects that i will be doing a good combination?
    How easy are any of those subjects at A Level?
    Any survival tips for these subjects?
    Anything else as well please
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    Yes, those subjects would meet the entrance requirements for any history, criminology or law degree. Law and criminology degrees don't actually have any subject requirements; you just need three A levels in any subject. Nearly all history degrees require an A level in history, but your other two subjects can be whatever you like. If you want to be an anthropologist then perhaps you should consider doing an anthropology degree? Your chosen A level subjects would be fine for that too.

    You can find more information about studying A levels, survival tips, revision tips etc here:

    The A-levels forum.
    The Revision and study tips forum.
    The History study help forum.
    The Classics study help forum.
    The Psychology study help forum.
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