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Ive got my a-level choice deadline soon and im not sure what to do. i know i want to do a religious studies or psychology degree. so im taking psychology and religious stuides but im not sure for a 3rd
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For psychology degrees, some universities recommend/require one or more science (including psychology)/maths subjects to A-Level. So you could do maths, biology, chemistry or physics. I’ve also seen a couple recommend sociology, geography, statistics, anthropology, economics, government and politics, philosophy, English lit, history.
MATHS AND SCIENCE ARE VERY WELL REGARDED AND/OR EXPECTED FOR PSYCHOLOGY.

For religious studies/theology degrees, a-levels like religious studies, philosophy and ethics, english, languages, history look good - you want to demonstrate your essay writing skills.

If you don’t study maths, I’d recommend core maths. It’s roughly equivalent to an AS level and will help with psychology.
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