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If anyone is currently in year 12 or 13 of college i would really appreciate if you gave me any advice on whether these courses are a good combination to pick. I am thinking of choosing Maths, Sociology and Politics for a-level as i am most interested and enthusiastic towards them. Is this good and will it give me a broader path when choosing a degree and career?
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In terms of sociology and politics, I'd say they go well together- I did sociology and there were people in my class who did politics. Multiple topics in sociology link to social policy (the effect of educational policies, theories on the role of family policies, the relationship between sociology and social policy) so they should complement each other well
Also, this may help with seeing what degrees your A levels could lead to

https://www.theuniguide.co.uk/a-level-explorer
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in terms of sociology and politics, i'd say they go well together- i did sociology and there were people in my class who did politics. Multiple topics in sociology link to social policy (the effect of educational policies, theories on the role of family policies, the relationship between sociology and social policy) so they should complement each other well
also, this may help with seeing what degrees your a levels could lead to

https://www.theuniguide.co.uk/a-level-explorer
thank you so much !!
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