Traditional subjects for realistic applicants

25th August 2006 at 01:00
* Cambridge university has advised A-level students to stick to "traditional" subjects if they want to be a "realistic applicant" for its courses. A list of A-levels on its website which it considers "less effective" preparation for entry includes subjects such as media studies, health and social care, performing arts, accounting and business studies.

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