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    I have a deep passion for English Literature, partially due to the support from my teacher as she lets me give her essays and also feedbacks well in areas I need to improve. My whole year just did a miniature mock for English Literature and I got the highest (28/30) which was a grade 9 equivalent.
    Anyway, my point is, I want to do English Literature, Modern History and another a level.
    I am thinking Philosophy bt specimen papers from AQA look so alienated and I don't know if I can do it.
    My second choice may be Language but considered to not do it as I am passionate for Literature and might do this as I like creative writing.
    Is Philosophy better than English Language and what are the levels of difficulty?
    I am not doing this because I want it to be easy, I don't want to drop anything.

    Philosophy is not regarded as a hard or looked-for A level.
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