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    Hello,

    Does anyone here study,or know someone who studies BA History and Politics,or BA History and Development Studies?

    I've got some feedback on these,and it appears that I am well qualified for these courses,but the problem is,I would prefer doing BA Politics or BA Politics and Development Studies,and I am not all that qualified for these,lol.

    But is there actually any big difference? That's what I am wondering about.

    Is there any point in stressing myself out, in order to get an offer for BA Politics ,when I am already well qualified for BA History and Politics?
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    I did Politics, but if I could go back I would have done History and Politics. Basically keep your offer.
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    (Original post by Socrates)
    I did Politics, but if I could go back I would have done History and Politics. Basically keep your offer.
    Hello,

    Thanks for your reply.

    Ok,sounds interesting.I also believe that there is not much of the difference between those two anyway. I don't have any formal offer yet,I will apply later this year,for 2010 entry,but judging from my feedback I got,I am certain that I will get an offer,I hope,at least.

    Just curious,what didn't you like with straight Politics compared to History and Politics?
 
 
 
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