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The only university that still uses facilitating subjects is LSE, every other uni has abandoned them.

Of course choosing subjects that use similar academic skillsets to the degree may be factored, but subjects are not evaluated on a yes or no list.
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As a result of new marketing legislation, all Universities now have to be totally up-front and honest about all entry requirements for all courses.
What you see on the course page as 'essential subjects' or 'preferred subjects' is what they mean - there is no secret information or stuff that 'only some people know'.

Facilitating subjects is a dead concept - please tell your teachers - https://www.theguardian.com/educatio...s-subjects-hit
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