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Does it matter to colleges if you take English B instead of English A?

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I was wondering if colleges mind if a student takes English b instead of English A. Does it influence their decision in admissions? Im thinking of changing from English A to English B. BTW I want to take an engineering course in college.

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It could affect it yeah. Depends on which university actually. The difference between language B and language A is massive haha so you must check with your university if they'll accept English B instead :)

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Im doing English B and Spanish A and its alright, in my school there isn't such a big difference, but in english A they do a lot of literature. If you aren't native, im not, then its ok if you do english B

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Im doing English B and Spanish A and its alright, in my school there isn't such a big difference, but in english A they do a lot of literature. If you aren't native, im not, then its ok if you do english B

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If you want to apply to the UK, I think unis would prefer English A - otherwise you might have to take a language test, such as TOEFL or IELTS. 

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If you have a way to prove your english aptitude in another way -  like TOEFL, IELTS, IGCSE/GCSE, etc - I think its ok. I did English B because I already could prove my English aptitude with a high score in IGCSE English A. But first you have to check what your universities accept as proof of English aptitude.

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