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I am currently studying A level politics, religious studies and health and social care. I am interred in studying criminology but I don't know if my A level choices are appropriate. Can anyone who is studying/finished the degree tell me what A levels they did? And do you think I will be able to study it with my current A level choices ?
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Your choices are fine, criminology does not have any subject requirements, you just need three A levels.
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You can get into uni with BTEC level 3 courses and Access to Uni courses too, so don;t just think you need A levels. For Criminiology you generally do not need a specific set if A levels as you will learn everything you need at Uni. I think dedication and the ability to write well and read a lot really helps. I often work with students who need more help writing assignments than understanding concepts.
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