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I'm currently doing English Literature, Biology, Maths and Sociology for my A-levels. Eventually i'll drop Sociology but i'd like to know the jobs that come with these subjects and the courses at uni i'd be open to.
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which subject are you most interested in? with the a-levels you do, the job prospects are fairly broad.
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Most university courses do not require specific A-Level subject but since you have maths and bio, you can do basically whatever you want
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which subject are you most interested in? with the a-levels you do, the job prospects are fairly broad.
I'm most interested in Biology and Maths
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I'm currently doing English Literature, Biology, Maths and Sociology for my A-levels. Eventually i'll drop Sociology but i'd like to know the jobs that come with these subjects and the courses at uni i'd be open to.
https://www.theuniguide.co.uk/a-leve...re/mathematics

Here are some ideas that you can look at. Look beyond just the best matches section, and take everything with a pinch of salt too. It reckons you can do medicine with your A-levels, fat chance of that without chemistry, but hey it'll insert some courses in your head.

Also it's not too late to do some courses that don't fit your A-levels, foundation years exist for this reason.
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(Original post by Filthy Communist)
https://www.theuniguide.co.uk/a-leve...re/mathematics

Here are some ideas that you can look at. Look beyond just the best matches section, and take everything with a pinch of salt too. It reckons you can do medicine with your A-levels, fat chance of that without chemistry, but hey it'll insert some courses in your head.

Also it's not too late to do some courses that don't fit your A-levels, foundation years exist for this reason.
This is so helpful! thank you so much
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