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Wrong question. The right one would be 'What degree is best for what I want out of life?'
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i am taking english language, philosopy, theatre studies and spanish for my alevels. what degrees would be best for these options?
what is your favourite subject out of all of them?
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what is your favourite subject out of all of them?
i already speak spanish, and english is quite boring compared to the other ones so probably philosophy and drama are my favourites.
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Wrong question. The right one would be 'What degree is best for what I want out of life?'
idrk what you mean but i think law would be cool, are my alevels good enough for that degree?
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The obvious and unhelpful answer would be one that you want to do. However...in the interests of being helpful...
You seem very interested in languages so something around that maybe. Interpreting, translation, speech and language therapy...all good ways to practically apply all the skills you’re gaining at A level.
But you could reasonably go into just about anything. Volunteering is a good way to find out what you’re interested in and the sort of work you like. Maybe have a look at do-it.org and see what’s available there.
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Depends what you’re interested in. You could carry on with any of those, or you could go into something with no subject requirements like law.
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Depends what you’re interested in. You could carry on with any of those, or you could go into something with no subject requirements like law.
what other good degrees have no subject requirements then?
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what other good degrees have no subject requirements then?
Allied health professions like OT and SLT. Psychology, law, many other vocational subjects like accounting, land economy/real estate etc.
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what other good degrees have no subject requirements then?
I’m not entirely sure honestly, but lots of subjects that aren’t offered widely at A Level would probably fit, like politics.

Think about what you’re interested in and check university websites to see if you’d be able to, or consider a foundation year perhaps. Bear in mind that not all universities have the same requirements.
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i am taking english language, philosopy, theatre studies and spanish for my alevels. what degrees would be best for these options?
What career area do you want to go into?
Then choose what course you want to do at uni based on that.
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TSR article - How to Choose a Uni subject - https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/uni...-what-to-study
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