HanShotFirst01
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I'm not too sure what I want to take at university, but I do know what I don't want to do. I think I have settled with history, economics and politics. I did history at GCSE and found it fairly easy and it was probably my favorite subject. I did citizenship at GCSE and the most enjoyable part for me was politics, so I think I would be good at that.

Are these good options or should I consider changing them. I can only take three at my sixth form.
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You should take the ones which you enjoy most or find the easiest because it won't be a very enjoyable experience if its something you don't want to do. this is what I see most people saying
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(Original post by HanShotFirst01)
I'm not too sure what I want to take at university, but I do know what I don't want to do. I think I have settled with history, economics and politics. I did history at GCSE and found it fairly easy and it was probably my favorite subject. I did citizenship at GCSE and the most enjoyable part for me was politics, so I think I would be good at that.

Are these good options or should I consider changing them. I can only take three at my sixth form.
https://www.theuniguide.co.uk/a-leve.../history?o=210
This website shows you some of the degrees you can do with those A levels!
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