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    I'm applying to colleges at the moment and I want to do sociology,english lit, and politics at a level (psychology as a fourth option if possible). Is this a good set of options for applying to universities later on?

    I don't want to go to Oxford or Cambridge- maybe somewhere like UEA and I'd probably want to study something like a joint honours course involving English lit.

    I've heard sociology is quite bad but it's something I'm confident I can get an A in.
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    I'm applying to colleges at the moment and I want to do sociology,english lit, and politics at a level (psychology as a fourth option if possible). Is this a good set of options for applying to universities later on?

    I don't want to go to Oxford or Cambridge- maybe somewhere like UEA and I'd probably want to study something like a joint honours course involving English lit.

    I've heard sociology is quite bad but it's something I'm confident I can get an A in.
    Sociology will be fine.

    Start looking at what course you might like then check entrance requirements to make sure it fits. If you are already interested in UEA and know it will have English then its just the other thing you wish to study that you should look into.

    https://university.which.co.uk/advic...-level-choices

    https://www.uea.ac.uk/study/undergra...honours-degree

    https://www2.uea.ac.uk/study/course-...glish&level=ug
 
 
 
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