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    I’m about to go to college to do my a levels which are;
    Psychology, Sociology, and Biology.
    I was wondering what degrees I could do (other than my first choice which is Psychology.)
    I just want to know my other options.
    Thank you.
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    There are a lot of degrees that don't require specific A-levels What sort of things are you interested in doing? You'd be able to apply for things like social work and nursing with those A-levels ^.^
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    Many courses don't require specific a levels, so you would have a lot of options open to you such as sociology, politics and international relations, anthropology, criminology, really whatever takes your fancy, I recommend picking a random uni and looking through their courses on offer to get an idea of what you might be interested in.
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