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    I'm thinking of doing Pyscology, Religious studies and Politics at A level, but I don't know whether these subjects would compliment each other or their too essay based. Also, instead of Politics I'm debating in doing History or maybe Biology (but I'm not as good as it) - so if anyone knows which subject would be best out of those three it wold be great. As well as this, I'm wondering if I did do pyscology, rs and politics that they would be looked upon as soft subjects and not highly regarded by uni's.
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    I'm thinking of doing Pyscology, Religious studies and Politics at A level, but I don't know whether these subjects would compliment each other or their too essay based. Also, instead of Politics I'm debating in doing History or maybe Biology (but I'm not as good as it) - so if anyone knows which subject would be best out of those three it wold be great. As well as this, I'm wondering if I did do pyscology, rs and politics that they would be looked upon as soft subjects and not highly regarded by uni's.
    The one you enjoy and will get the best grade in.

    Ideally you will know what degree you wish to apply for. You then have a target to choose the correct A levels.
 
 
 
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