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I need some advice. I am thinking of taking A level history, in the first unit it is the study "for the reasons for the growth of the British Empire in places like Africa and India, before evaluating the impact of the two world wars and the extent to which this brought about the end of Britain’s empire".
*Also, i studied medicine & treatment of disease in Britain from medieval times to modern and the Normans. I did not really enjoy these types of topics, especially the Normans.
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If you enjoy history, take it because A Levels are difficult. It also depends on what you want to study, if your career depends on history then you have to take but if it doesn’t then don’t and maybe take another humanity instead such as R.E, philosophy, sociology, geography...
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If you enjoy history, take it because A Levels are difficult. It also depends on what you want to study, if your career depends on history then you have to take but if it doesn’t then don’t and maybe take another humanity instead such as R.E, philosophy, sociology, geography...
Ok, thank you for the advice.
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