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What A levels do i have to take to study criminology? Watch

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    I'm interested into taking A levels because i don't think i will be able to take anything in college to go into uni and Study Criminology.
    what A levels do i have to take to do that? i heard you should do History but i didn't take History and this is my last year so i wont able to take that
    is there anything else i need to take to do criminology?
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    There are no required A-level subjects for the course. Generally any academically rigorous subject is suitable (i.e. most things excepting visual/performing arts and applied/vocational A-levels).

    Some relevant or useful subjects might be Geography, Economics, Politics, Sociology, Psychology, Law or Maths. However many other subjects, including any sciences, English Lit (or the combined Lit/Lang), History as indicated, Philosophy, RS, the Classics suite, modern languages, among others, would all be suitable.
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