A level sociology or english language

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Grace Appleby
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I’ve definitely decided that at A Level I want to study, History and Philosophy but I’m stuck between my final option, English Language or Sociology. I find Sociology more appealing and feel like it works best with History and Philosophy as a combination, and I also see it as less stressful and more interesting. On the other hand, I feel like universities will value English more as it is a demanding subject, and also my parents want me to do English, so I don’t know what to do. Does anyone have any ideas or advice??’
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Hi! I did sociology at a level and I gotta say it is not easy! I ended up with an A grade but there is a whole lot of content that goes into sociology - but I loved it nonetheless. Personally, I did the English literature and language combined course, but I know a few of my friends didn't just struggle with English language but also found it really dull! A few of my tutors said to me how much of a step up English language is from GCSE to a level, so if you genuinely do love English language and the complications of it and its history then go for it! But like I said, all I know from personal experience is the sociology is great, but a lot of content. I hope that helps!
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