What kinds of degrees could these A-Levels lead me to?

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Statistics (branch of Maths), Politics (or Biology) and Sociology.

I'd like to do more research and check out the entry requirements for Uni.
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Statistics (branch of Maths), Politics (or Biology) and Sociology.

I'd like to do more research and check out the entry requirements for Uni.
That combination could be a sure fire route to statistical analysis or government data advising. I would look into these, or perhaps economics if you’re interested.

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That combination could be a sure fire route to statistical analysis or government data advising. I would look into these, or perhaps economics if you’re interested.

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