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can i specifically do an a level on Tudor history?
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Probably not solely. You would have other modules to take aswell at a level.
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can i specifically do an a level on Tudor history?
A level consists of three papers.

One is usually British focused and that is where you will find the Tudor module. It may be Late or Early Tudors. I seem to recall I just did Tudors, but you may not be able to do that anymore.

Whether you can do it depends on what your history teacher has chosen. If you are a private candidate then you can choose yourself.

The other two periods are a non UK breadth and depth modules.
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