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    I'm interested in these 3 subjects: Psychology, History and Biology. However, they seem pretty different from each other. What job wojld you be able to get if I did these A levels?

    Stupid question but meh, thank you ^^

    History, Law, Psychology and Biology are all possible degrees. Jobs from those degrees are pretty much endless.

    I did Bio and Psychology at AS last year and dropped Psychology for A2 because I hated it with a passion (forewarning)

    Back to my point... psychology and biology compliment each other more than you'd expect and history shows you're a well rounded person (I do bio, maths and law atm and the break from sciences is a welcome one)
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    can't say about the other two but history is hard. if you like history, you'll like the content and the lessons, but exam questions are another story. it's useful to enjoy history, otherwise your two years will be hell. history has a lot of content, you'll need to know as much as possible to be able to manipulate your knowledge and apply to discussions/essays, so definitely can't pass by memerising. it's very rewarding if you ace an history essay though
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