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    (Original post by BABS II)
    ideally i would like to work in a magazine, cliche i know. surely doing something practical pays off more in that industry than something academic?
    Have you thought about English literature and media A levels?

    If you think the BTEC is for you, then I would urge you to do English literature alongside it, not geography.

    Or you could take English literature, media studies and geography at A level.
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    is there anybody else interested in a potential career in journalism/editoral sector?
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    BTECs and diplomas are far more specialised. If you know what you want to do and you're sure about it, then go for it. A Levels add some flexibility about what you can do, and you get wider range of skills and knowledge from the varied subjects.

    And as for moving college, don't worry about leaving your friends, you'll still meet up with them and make a whole bunch of new friends (hopefully)
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    This thread is a steaming pile of **** information, apart from a couple of posts.
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    (Original post by AnonyMatt)
    Have you thought about English literature and media A levels?

    If you think the BTEC is for you, then I would urge you to do English literature alongside it, not geography.

    Or you could take English literature, media studies and geography at A level.
    This, and then english at Uni.
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    BTEC = 3 A levels.

    My brother got his diploma and is now in the police so it has its advantages
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    Go for A-levels
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    Extra travel for less of a reward, you'd be better off with A levels in English lit, Geography and something else tbh but do what you want.
 
 
 
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