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    I am choosing my A-Levels at the moment and I am stuck between 4 options (I am on the new system so there are no AS Levels so what I pick I will have to stay with), which are Biology, Geography, History and English. I would like to go down the Archaeology route and eventually teach. I have researched and you do need Geography to do archaeology but not history as much. Does anyone have any advice? Thanks, Holly.
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    Do what you find the most interesting! When choosing my A Levels I had to do Biology and Chemistry but I was free to take any others. I ended up taking psychology and religious studies and I loved them! So as long as you take what you need, use your other choices for things you enjoy.
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    (Original post by hollymai02)
    I am choosing my A-Levels at the moment and I am stuck between 4 options (I am on the new system so there are no AS Levels so what I pick I will have to stay with), which are Biology, Geography, History and English. I would like to go down the Archaeology route and eventually teach. I have researched and you do need Geography to do archaeology but not history as much. Does anyone have any advice? Thanks, Holly.
    Some unis seem to want History so I think you need to check some unis you might be interested in.
 
 
 
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