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Is this a good combination at A levels, I want to be a criminal analyst when I’m older and possibly get a degree in Criminology, so can someone answer if these are good subjects to take?
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Might want to consider Psychology if if your school offers it as A Level?
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(Original post by Grace Appleby)
Is this a good combination at A levels, I want to be a criminal analyst when I’m older and possibly get a degree in Criminology, so can someone answer if these are good subjects to take?
It seems like a pretty good combination and for subjects like criminology a lot of uni's like essay based subjects but if your open to studying BTEC, I know you can also do a criminology BTEC which many colleges offer the course to study and they're equivalent to 1 A-level I think, but the best thing i would say to do is to look at which universities offer the course your thinking of taking and see their preferences for A-level subjects though some uni's don't really mind specific A-levels as long as you get a good grade, so good luck hope it all works out!
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Is this a good combination at A levels, I want to be a criminal analyst when I’m older and possibly get a degree in Criminology, so can someone answer if these are good subjects to take?
Excellent combination imo
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(Original post by Grace Appleby)
Is this a good combination at A levels, I want to be a criminal analyst when I’m older and possibly get a degree in Criminology, so can someone answer if these are good subjects to take?
They are the A levels i'mthinking of - high five!
Good combo, they link very well.
Consider taking Pyschology and Biology. Sociology would be useful for that job.
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CrazyOne1 I can’t get onto the Biology course because I did foundation science at GCSE and you need at least 6. Plus Science isn’t my strong suit. Good luck with your subjects 👍🏻
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