Holly jade
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If I took English lit, History, Religious studies, and classic civilisation A levels would this be too much work? I’m predicted all 7’s, 8’s and 9’s in GCSE’s but I know A levels are meant to be a lot harder, I’m also planning on applying to Cambridge for English lit.
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The workload is massive at a-levels, I don't think you taking religious studies will add masses to your application so I would personally take the other 3 and focus on getting good grades in them. Good luck!
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(Original post by stressystressy)
The workload is massive at a-levels, I don't think you taking religious studies will add masses to your application so I would personally take the other 3 and focus on getting good grades in them. Good luck!
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A levels are quite time consuming, most uni’s will look for only 3 A levels . On the other hand taking a fourth A level may give you a very slight edge , however your better of spending that time getting top grades in your 3 A levels and building on extra curricular activities.
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