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    Is taking psychology, biology, criminology and law as a levels a bad idea?
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    Nope.
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    Depends: what do you want to do in the future?
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    If you like them and have a genuine interest in them then they are great choices for yourself. I would research what sort of degrees and jobs you could get with those. Or find a degree or a few that you are genuinely interested in and pick your A-levels around that. Go to uni open days even if you aren't doing A-levels yet.
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    They're all quite similar, but if you know that's the kind of thing you want to go into in the future, then go for it. I would love to do that combination
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    If I was you I'd consider taking another facilitating subject, especially if you want to keep your options open to the Russel Group unis and, generally speaking, to more courses. It's suggested that you take 2 of the subjects from this list at a level. This isn't always necessary though, it's entirely course dependent.

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    • Biology
    • Chemistry
    • English literature
    • Geography
    • History
    • Physics
    • Modern and classical languages
    • Maths and further maths
 
 
 
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