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So I’m finished with my GCSEs and I’m going into college but I’m not sure what a level to do as I can’t choose between the 4 and Ik I can take 4 but I don’t want to as it’s just gonna be extra work. At uni I wanna study criminology so I’m confused as I’m defo gonna choose psychology and biology but I’m confused between sociology and law. I think psychology, bio and sociology are somewhat linked so I feel like choosing them together will improve my understanding. However I also am interested in law as it links with criminology. I’m not sure. Also I’m worried if law is gonna be too much.
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So I’m finished with my GCSEs and I’m going into college but I’m not sure what a level to do as I can’t choose between the 4 and Ik I can take 4 but I don’t want to as it’s just gonna be extra work. At uni I wanna study criminology so I’m confused as I’m defo gonna choose psychology and biology but I’m confused between sociology and law. I think psychology, bio and sociology are somewhat linked so I feel like choosing them together will improve my understanding. However I also am interested in law as it links with criminology. I’m not sure. Also I’m worried if law is gonna be too much.
Hey. For criminology, I highly recommend studying sociology and either biology or psychology would be useful as well. I don't recommend studying law as it's mostly theoretical based and it doesn't teach you to analyse things in depth like history does. Have a look at the requirements for criminology at different unis for guidance as well as they may require specific A-Levels. Hope this helps.
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Thanks so much this really helped and I’ll look at requirements for uni. Thank you
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Hey. For criminology, I highly recommend studying sociology and either biology or psychology would be useful as well. I don't recommend studying law as it's mostly theoretical based and it doesn't teach you to analyse things in depth like history does. Have a look at the requirements for criminology at different unis for guidance as well as they may require specific A-Levels. Hope this helps.
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