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    Are English literature, biology, business, law, psychology and Religious studies a good option to pick in A-Level? What does it include? What is expected?
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    All ALEVEL subjects are hard and very demanding so it’s best to do subjects that you love and you’ll enjoy revising.
    Those are all good subjects.
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    (Original post by WilliamsK23)
    Are English literature, biology, business, law, psychology and Religious studies a good option to pick in A-Level? What does it include? What is expected?
    How many are you planning to do?
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    (Original post by Hanky2222)
    How many are you planning to do?
    I need to pick 4 but I am unsure of which ones, I have narrowed it down to them
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    (Original post by WilliamsK23)
    I need to pick 4 but I am unsure of which ones, I have narrowed it down to them
    What do you want to do at university or what career do you want when you are older?
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    (Original post by Hanky2222)
    What do you want to do at university or what career do you want when you are older?
    I am looking towards the journalism path. As for university, I am currently unsure
 
 
 
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