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I'm currently doing Geography, English Literature and Chemistry (Y12) but I'm thinking of changing chemistry for either history, sociology or product design. From what I've seen, most universities don't have a preference but I know that physics, art and maths are very popular. I'm not particularly worried about having to put together an art portfolio as I do art in my spare time and I'm pretty good at it. I'm just wondering if I'm absolutely ruining my chances at getting into a good uni for architecture by doing mainly humanities/no sciences.
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(Original post by ji__09)
I'm currently doing Geography, English Literature and Chemistry (Y12) but I'm thinking of changing chemistry for either history, sociology or product design. From what I've seen, most universities don't have a preference but I know that physics, art and maths are very popular. I'm not particularly worried about having to put together an art portfolio as I do art in my spare time and I'm pretty good at it. I'm just wondering if I'm absolutely ruining my chances at getting into a good uni for architecture by doing mainly humanities/no sciences.
There are some unis that insist upon maths and/or physics - I'd suggest you look directly at the unis you are interested in - but there will be options. However, you might struggle a lot on some of the modules. What makes you interested in architecture if you're not that interested in either the visual or the structure?
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Your A levels are fine for 95% of architecture degrees.
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