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    A levels:
    Maths
    History
    I.T
    English Lit

    what type of things can i do with these? (law for history??) What else?
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    It's difficult to say because you've got a mixture of different types of subjects (arts and numerically-based). You've certainly kept your options open which I suppose is a good thing.
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    It depends what you want to do. If you wanted to do Biology, then no :p: But for something like Law, History, English or whatever, they're fine. IT's not that great but if you enjoy it there's nothing to stop you from doing it.
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    http://www.ucas.com/students/coursesearch/
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    yeah IT can be your 'doss' subject, as they call it

    if you want to do law or something then perhaps swapping IT for government and politics. That would give very good choices at AS Level.
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    Your subjects are very challenging and recognised, so yes, they're good for a 'decent degree.'

    But ultimately, the degree depends on what grades you get, you can take English, Physics, Maths and History, but if you don't get high grades, you're not going to into a 'decent degree.'
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    whats wrong with i.t? is it not a good subject at A level?
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    (Original post by delasandro)
    whats wrong with i.t? is it not a good subject at A level?
    Not really. Computing is a better choice, I've heard. But they are slightly different.
 
 
 
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