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i’m going into year 13 and i do A level Sociology, French and English Language. the problem is i wasn’t thinking about career paths when choosing my subjects and i can’t decide what degree i want to do. i was thinking of doing nutrition as i like the idea of becoming a dietitian but i’m pretty sure you need science a levels for that. my other options would probably be law or psychology. does anyone have any advice? i feel really lost tbh :/
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i’m going into year 13 and i do A level Sociology, French and English Language. the problem is i wasn’t thinking about career paths when choosing my subjects and i can’t decide what degree i want to do. i was thinking of doing nutrition as i like the idea of becoming a dietitian but i’m pretty sure you need science a levels for that. my other options would probably be law or psychology. does anyone have any advice? i feel really lost tbh :/
Do law or business. They’re both quite safe degrees. Don’t do psychology or sociology. Maybe a politics degree aswell?
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Do law or business. They’re both quite safe degrees. Don’t do psychology or sociology. Maybe a politics degree aswell?
what kinda things do you learn about with a politics degree? and what are the job prospects? i think i’m straying towards law or politics but i want to make sure i’m 100% interested in what i’m studying
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i’m going into year 13 and i do A level Sociology, French and English Language. the problem is i wasn’t thinking about career paths when choosing my subjects and i can’t decide what degree i want to do. i was thinking of doing nutrition as i like the idea of becoming a dietitian but i’m pretty sure you need science a levels for that. my other options would probably be law or psychology. does anyone have any advice? i feel really lost tbh :/
With becoming a dietitian, you can always do a one year foundation degree at university and then go onto doing either a nutrition or dietetics degree! I know that you can do this at Cardiff met but not sure about other unis, but just because you didn't choose the right a levels doesn't mean you can't do certain degrees!
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i’m going into year 13 and i do A level Sociology, French and English Language. the problem is i wasn’t thinking about career paths when choosing my subjects and i can’t decide what degree i want to do. i was thinking of doing nutrition as i like the idea of becoming a dietitian but i’m pretty sure you need science a levels for that. my other options would probably be law or psychology. does anyone have any advice? i feel really lost tbh :/
With becoming a dietitian, you can always do a one year foundation degree at university and then go onto doing either a nutrition or dietetics degree! I know that you can do this at Cardiff met but not sure about other unis, but just because you didn't choose the right a levels doesn't mean you can't do certain degrees!
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Have you considered a Languages/Lingustics degree? you could further develop your French and maybe pick up another language from scratch. Its a very enjoyable degree that can be further developed and tailored to desired job prospects. e.g doing a short law conversion to become a lawyer (a lawyer with a knowledge of multiple languages and cultures of course)

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