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I’m going to be starting my A Levels in September. I’m interested in Studying Criminology or Criminal Justice at Uni.
My #1 choice would be Criminology at the university of Exeter!

Do you think Biology, Psychology & English Literature are a good trio? Could i possibly go into forensic science or forensic pathology with Biology? Thanks
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Hi! Those A levels are great for Criminology or a similar area which is what I applied for but am doing it with psychology in the end and I had very similar A levels. However, to do forensic science you would need Chemistry for most (if not all) universities.
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"forensic science or forensic pathology"

You probably should check this out with the universities themselves to get a definitive answer. They would also be able to comment on your choice of "A" levels, although presumably you have already ascertained that they meet the admissions requirements of the institutions you are applying for?

Then, of course, it's just a question of getting good grades!

Good Luck.

p.s. I hope you appreciated my little pun there!
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I did psychology, biology and sociology and they were all really well suited to a criminology uni course
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(Original post by renaamz)
Hi! Those A levels are great for Criminology or a similar area which is what I applied for but am doing it with psychology in the end and I had very similar A levels. However, to do forensic science you would need Chemistry for most (if not all) universities.
Thank you so much!! I hope you’re enjoying psychology
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(Original post by Grizwuld)
"forensic science or forensic pathology"

You probably should check this out with the universities themselves to get a definitive answer. They would also be able to comment on your choice of "A" levels, although presumably you have already ascertained that they meet the admissions requirements of the institutions you are applying for?

Then, of course, it's just a question of getting good grades!

Good Luck.

p.s. I hope you appreciated my little pun there!
Ahah yes, just wanted some extra input !! Should be good for Exeter as they have no required subjects, just required grades
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I did psychology, biology and sociology and they were all really well suited to a criminology uni course
Yay! I hope you enjoyed them
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They are good choices but would you not choose sociology or criminology at a level? Also if you didn't want to do three a levels you may be able to find criminology at BTEC which lots of universities equal to a levels. I do Psychology and sociology and they are hard but Universities recognise them as they are social sciences.
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