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    I'm in Year 11 now and soon I've got to decide what A Levels I want to take. I want to be able to study criminology at university, and the A Levels I'm thinking of choosing are:
    > English Language
    > English Literature
    > Maths
    > Psychology (or possibly sociology)
    Are these any good if I want to study criminology?
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    Yes those A levels are fine from criminology.
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    (Original post by KatyWithAWhy)
    I'm in Year 11 now and soon I've got to decide what A Levels I want to take. I want to be able to study criminology at university, and the A Levels I'm thinking of choosing are:
    > English Language
    > English Literature
    > Maths
    > Psychology (or possibly sociology)
    Are these any good if I want to study criminology?
    you may want at least one of Biology or Chemistry for a good foundation in lab work and also because the knowledge in either of those subjects can be very valuable in this sector - however it is not compulsory
 
 
 
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