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what a levels do u need to be a Archaeology
what a levels do u need to be a Egyptologist
what a levels do u need to be a Palaeontology
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You can look this up on the relevant course pages on University websites.
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A-Level Biology, A-Level Maths and A-Level History might be of use to you. lol
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I have 3 questions
what a levels do u need to be a Archaeology
what a levels do u need to be a Egyptologist
what a levels do u need to be a Palaeontology
Don’t base what A levels you want to take on the university course you want to do. Chose your a levels by picking things you enjoy and are good at. However, geology would we very useful for these course but you can go on UCAS website and type in the course, it will give you the subjects that are required for you to do these courses. Hope this helps!
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(Original post by hara020307)
I have 3 questions
what a levels do u need to be a Archaeology
what a levels do u need to be a Egyptologist
what a levels do u need to be a Palaeontology
Hi there,

I have a BA in Egyptology, and there aren't any specific subjects, but I would recommend history and a language. I'd recommend biology for palaeontology, but for archaeology it will depend on if you want to do the BA or BSc. What subjects are you doing?
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Hi there,

I have a BA in Egyptology, and there aren't any specific subjects, but I would recommend history and a language. I'd recommend biology for palaeontology, but for archaeology it will depend on if you want to do the BA or BSc. What subjects are you doing?
Im thinking of choosing history biology geology maybe chem depending on the college
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Im thinking of choosing history biology geology maybe chem depending on the college
That sounds fine although if you're looking at Oxbridge you may want to check if they'll accept Geology. They probably will but do check.
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You can look this up on the relevant course pages on University websites.
That's what I thought.
The websites will say if there's and subjects they specify for each course.
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Don’t base what A levels you want to take on the university course you want to do. Chose your a levels by picking things you enjoy and are good at. However, geology would we very useful for these course but you can go on UCAS website and type in the course, it will give you the subjects that are required for you to do these courses. Hope this helps!
Actually, I think it is a good idea to base A-levels on the course you want to do: many have requirements or at least some preferred subjects. Most people pick courses that they think they'll enjoy or be good at and the required subjects will probably fall into those categories(if there are any)
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