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    Are Music, Music Technology and History good choices to study at A level? For Music at university.
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    Are Music, Music Technology and History good choices to study at A level? For Music at university.
    yes deffo. Especially if you want to study music in Uni
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    (Original post by sarahyi)
    yes deffo. Especially if you want to study music in Uni
    Do you think that replacing History with Politics would harm my chances of securing a place at uni, because Politics isn't as 'traditional' a subject??
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    (Original post by billy234)
    Do you think that replacing History with Politics would harm my chances of securing a place at uni, because Politics isn't as 'traditional' a subject??
    Why not do 4 subjects?
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    (Original post by SuperHuman98)
    Why not do 4 subjects?
    I would not be able to cope with 4 A levels, I think I would enjoy Politics more but wondering if History is more respected? I could be wrong
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    No, it only would if you were planning on doing music history (even then, history isn't that important)

    With a levels, always do what you enjoy, otherwise you will not get anywhere!!
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    (Original post by chloecrazy)
    No, it only would if you were planning on doing music history (even then, history isn't that important)

    With a levels, always do what you enjoy, otherwise you will not get anywhere!!
    Thankyou, I have decided on Music, Music tech and History
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    (Original post by billy234)
    Thankyou, I have decided on Music, Music tech and History
    Only if you're 100% sure, because your previous post made it seem as though you'd prefer politics, which is also an essay subject like history, so still valued
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    (Original post by billy234)
    Do you think that replacing History with Politics would harm my chances of securing a place at uni, because Politics isn't as 'traditional' a subject??
    No. Well I don't think it would at least; it shouldn't really. But tbh if you enjoy politics and know you'll ace it then no one's stopping you..like at least you know what your want to do.
 
 
 
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